The feature - Hunting the Higgs boson - explores the journey by scientists at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research to pinpoint the "God particle".
More than 7000 scientists, engineers and support staff from more than 40 countries worked at the European research institute looking for the particle.
It is named after Professor Peter Higgs, who first proposed the theory of its existence back in 1964 when working at the University of Edinburgh.
Through personal artefacts loaned from Professor Higgs, material from research and objects charting the history of particle physics, the exhibition provides an introduction to the ground-breaking scientific discovery.
Also on display is a slice of prototype magnet from the Large Hadron Collider.