CERN Courier: October 2003
A proposed new facility, called LUX, will be able to combine accelerator and laser systems to study ultrafast dynamics across a wide range of sciences.
How can a country like Pakistan benefit from working together with CERN? Ishfaq Ahmad explains.
One of the first applications of neutrinos to science beyond particle physics could tell us about the heat produced by radioactivity in the Earth.
The latest generation of high-current electron accelerators in the GeV energy range is breathing new life into a variety of investigations based on the photoproduction of kaons, as Terry Mart explains.
The High School Teachers' programme at CERN celebrated the completion of its sixth session in July, with 40 teachers participating, not only from all over Europe, but also from China, Mongolia and the US.
A new model for partnership between CERN and industry is both integrating and testing emerging computer technologies for the LHC Computing Grid.