CERN Courier: July/August
A look back at a surprising discovery 50 years ago.
Some background to an important result for the Standard Model.
Interest in CP violation continues today with studies of b hadrons and neutrinos.
A new experiment gets going using Fermilab’s upgraded neutrino beam.
• Turkey to become associate member state of CERN • All change at Argonne • Battiston to head Italian Space Agency • Knighthoods for Kibble and Virdee • Kibble receives Albert Einstein Medal • Markov Prize recognizes pioneers in theoretical astrophysics and cosmology • Berkeley honours Nygren’s ingenuity • JUAS celebrates 20th anniversary • High-energy physics carries on in Bosnia and Herzegovina despite the floods • CAS covers power converters • LHC superconducting magnet joins parade • Synchrocyclotron named EPS Historic Site • The PSB then and now • Visits
• Robert Vinh Mau 1931–2014
• Un diplomate dans le siècle ; souvenirs et anecdotes • How Big is Big and How Small is Small: The Sizes of Everything and Why • Henri Poincaré: A Biography Through the Daily Papers • Cosmic Cartoon Collection: Cartoons on Astronomy, Cosmology, Quarks, and other Physical Matters • Particle Fever • Books received
• Dark Matter at the Large Hadron Collider (DM@LHC)