CERN Courier: September 2004
The latest in the DIS series of workshops looked at probing the proton to reveal more about quantum chromodynamics.
A high-intensity proton accelerator operating at a few giga-electron-volts would offer a wide range of opportunities for both particle and nuclear physics.
Chris Jones takes a look back at the heyday of the computer mainframe through a selection of "memory bytes".
Scientists from North Africa, the Middle East and Europe came together in a meeting at CERN to discuss common projects in fields varying from particle physics to water desalination. Robert Klapisch reports.
Recent results and future experiments were the topics in a workshop to look into exactly what happens as strongly interacting matter becomes deconfined.
Computing News and Features
Louis McCaul, chief of the Information and Communication Technology Service at the UN in Geneva, is interviewed by Jean Michel Jakobowicz, editor of UN Special.
Emmanuel Ormancey and Alberto Pace of CERN's Internet Services Group describe some new filter options for spam.
For David P Anderson, project leader of SETI@home, the future of scientific computing is public.