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International Journal of High-Energy Physics

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CERN Courier: April 2005

Cover of CERN Courier Volume 45 Issue 3

Features

Rewriting the rules on proton acceleration

Ken Takayama describes recent tests at KEK that have demonstrated induction acceleration in a proton synchrotron.

LHC upgrade takes shape with CARE and attention

Even before the Large Hadron Collider has accelerated its first beams, various groups have begun to plan an upgrade scheduled for around the middle of the next decade.

Exploiting the synergy between great and small

Cosmological discoveries shed new light on the nature of fundamental particles, and vice versa. This synergy between the greatest and the smallest components of the universe was the subject of the 2004 DESY Theory Workshop, held in Hamburg.

STAR has silicon at its core

A silicon strip detector is providing more power for particle detection in Brookhaven National Laboratory's STAR experiment.

Regulars

Viewpoint: In need of the human touch

Software development is more than engineering and still needs the human factor to be successful, says Federico Carminati.

Looking Back

The magnetic moment of the muon

From the April 1962 issue