CERN Courier: September 2014
A large superconducting magnet could cast light on the dark universe.
Eleanor Blakely talks about pioneering research at Berkeley Lab.
Commemorating a major step in the founding of CERN.
With its mix of plenary, parallel and poster sessions, IPAC’14 put the many facets of accelerator studies on show.
• EPS honours ALICE’s heavy-ion researchers • Lykken and Meyer join Fermilab management • Chattopadhyay returns to new challenges in the US • CERN-ITER collaboration under new leadership • 5th Higgs Hunting Workshop • CERN supports new business incubation centre in the Netherlands • The Intersecting Storage Rings • Half a century of Bell’s theorem • MoEDAL prepares for new physics at LHC restart • Visits
• Nina Byers 1930–2014 • Tom Fields 1930–2014 • Willem Cornelis Middelkoop 1933–2014 • Bernard Marie Karel Nefkens 1934–2014
• Dark Matter at the Large Hadron Collider (DM@LHC)
• A Brief History of String Theory: From Dual Models to M-Theory • Statistical Data Analysis for the Physical Sciences • Books received