CERN Courier: March 2017
CERN makes rapid progress toward prototype DUNE detectors.
Dispatches from two US labs that are helping to build the advanced magnets and “crab” cavities for the High-Luminosity LHC.
Civil engineering for the High-Luminosity LHC is ready to begin.
Novel linacs will help to make radiotherapy more widely available.
DARWIN observatory to be the ultimate dark-matter detector.
• French Physical Society presents awards • Geneva physicists share Wolf Prize • New LHCb spokesperson elected • DG speaks on open science • Celebrating 50 years of neutron science at ILL • Visits • DUNE collaboration meeting comes to CERN • Daresbury accelerator workshop focuses on electron–positron factories • Hadronic contributions to new-physics searches • Quark confinement and the hadron spectrum
• Thomas Dombeck 1945–2016 • Sidney Drell 1926–2016 • M G K Menon 1928–2016 • Helmut Oeschler 1945–2017
• Modern Atomic Physics • Books received