I needed my dose of humor for the day, Sub. I read it online that LHC is studying fundamental particles, that includes subatomic particles that make up hydrogen.<quoted text>
No, they do not strip the electron off of hydrogen to make antihydrogen.
Are you ignorant about all science?
They make antiprotons by extremely high energy collisions of regular particles, probably protons. If the collision is high enough energy particle pairs are created. Scientists have been able to make positrons for a very long time. Now, with CERN, they can make anti-protons. Mixing antiprotons and positrons together and you will have antihydrogen. See macumazahn's post on how they could be controlled.
Why are they more interested in antimatter when we haven't really discovered how the simplest matter can be created?