CERN Courier: October 2004
Dieter Haidt, from the Gargamelle collaboration, describes how the team's major triumph came about and was eventually accepted.
The CERN Neutrinos to Gran Sasso (CNGS) project is set to deliver its first neutrinos in spring 2006. A key element is the vast decay tube.
Observing what goes on in the heart of stars from deep below ground is an effective tool for understanding stellar interiors and the primordial universe, as Gianni Fiorentini and Alessandro Pascolini explain.
Over the years CERN’s photographers have provided an important record of the laboratory’s development. This selection provides a glimpse of CERN’s history through their eyes.
The IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference provides a unique - and increasingly popular - annual event for scientists and engineers to come together to review progress in detection and instrumentation techniques.
Ilan Ben-Zvi describes Brookhaven's facility for long-term R&D in advanced accelerator physics, which he directed until recently.
A recent workshop on new developments in nucleon spin structure, held at the ECT* in Trento, revived memories of the famous Council of Trento of 1530.
François de Rose recalls the first discussions that ultimately led to the birth of CERN.
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