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International Journal of High-Energy Physics

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CERN Courier: June 2005

Cover of CERN Courier Volume 45 Issue 5

Features

PET and CT: a perfect fit

David Townsend began his pioneering work in PET imaging 30 years ago while at CERN. Here he talks to Beatrice Bressan about his current work and how the field developed.

Energy-recovering linacs begin maturing

The ERL2005 Workshop at Jefferson Lab in March - the first of its kind - reviewed an innovative use of electron linacs in light sources and, potentially, particle colliders.

HERA and LHC workshops help prepare for the future

A series of workshops has given scientists the opportunity to discover how the studies currently being carried out at HERA will influence future physics at the LHC.

Records fall at Cornell

Experiments at Cornell are breaking records for accelerating gradients and Q values in superconducting radio-frequency cavities, reports Hasan Padamsee.

Hard probes conference finds success in Portugal

In November, more than 100 enthusiasts headed to a fishing village near Lisbon for the first international conference on hard probes of heavy-ion collisions, Hard Probes 2004.

Regulars

Viewpoint: Join the open-access revolution

Ken Peach argues that particle physicists can lead the way in a paradigm shift in scientific publishing to give everyone free access to research results.

Looking Back

Equal work deserves equal pay

From the June 1962 issue