CERN Courier: March 2011
Jeffrey Hangst reports on the first magnetic trapping of antihydrogen.
Yasunori Yamazaki describes work towards an antihydrogen beam.
PSI2010 was a showcase for the low-energy route to new physics.
A new facility will address key questions in plasma wakefield acceleration.
Deep in the ice at the South Pole, the IceCube detector is now fully functioning after six years of challenging construction.
A look at 100 years of women in nuclear and particle physics.