CERN Courier: November 2003
The Lepton Photon 2003 conference, hosted by Fermilab, provided an opportunity to take stock and to look ahead to TeV-scale physics in the coming decade. John Womersley and James Gillies report.
Douglas Higinbotham reports from the Jefferson Lab symposium on results that span the boundary between nuclear-meson models and quark-gluon physics.
Earlier this year the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research reached a policy decision on the TESLA project that determines the way ahead for DESY. Albrecht Wagner, chairman of the DESY Directorate, assesses the impact of the decision for the laboratory in Hamburg.
Alan Ball and Apostolos Tsirigotis show the first results from NESTOR, the underwater neutrino detector in Greece, and describe just how well the chosen techniques are working.
Now that the civil engineering is complete, the cavern for the ATLAS detector at the LHC is ready for the complex business of installing the detector, as Robert Eisenstein explains.
The ITBS meeting in Greece showed significant progress in the collaboration between physicists and physicians, as Paul Lecoq and Patrick Le Du describe.
The Institute for High Energy Physics near Serpukhov in Russia is celebrating four decades of research and international collaboration in particle physics.
Restrictions on travel to the US are having a damaging impact on international scientific collaboration, as Vera Lüth explains.