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International Journal of High-Energy Physics

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CERN Courier: May 2012

Cover of CERN Courier Volume 52 Issue 4

Features

Neutrino production moves to an industrial scale

The promise and challenges of the Neutrino Factory.

Electrons for the LHC

In the LHeC, an electron beam would collide with the hadron beams of the LHC to allow a rich programme of physics.

How to build a p(art)icle collider

What it took to set up the creative collisions of Arts@CERN.

Light work with heavy ions

Fragmentation of heavy nuclei provides beams of light ions at CERN.

The openlab adventure continues to thrive

A personal account of how this bold initiative began.

Regulars

Faces & Places

CERN tech catches the power of the Sun • LeCosPA in focused space–time endeavour • The Ettore Majorana Foundation and Centre for Scientific Culture celebrates 40 years of QCD • Visits • ASACUSA’s antihydrogen research attracts grants • Becky Parker wins medal for inspirational physics teaching

Bookshelf

L’enigma dei raggi cosmici. Le più grandi energie dell’ universo • Books received

Viewpoint: It's good to blog

Norbert Holtkamp extols the virtues of blogging as a way to encourage dialogue on important issues.