CERN Courier: June 2003
Built for research in nuclear physics, the cyclotron at Indiana University now has a new role, which includes radiation testing for high-energy particle physics.
Thirty years ago, a handful of tenacious physicists put up a $5 million storage ring on a parking lot at SLAC. Shawna Williams reflects on its glorious past and its promising future.
The beautiful interior of the San Vidal church in Venice was the setting for a workshop on neutrino telescopes, which looked at the many messages neutrinos carry.
A prototype ANTARES detection line is returning data after a two-day mission by the Nautile submersible to make the necessary connections on the sea-bed.
Lucien Montanet, one of the closest colleagues of Charles Peyrou, who died on 6 April, recalls Peyrou's major contributions to physics and to research at CERN.