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International Journal of High-Energy Physics

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CERN Courier: March 2018

Cover of CERN Courier Volume 58 Issue 2


Small accelerator promises big returns

The CBETA multi-turn energy-recovery linac will pave the way for accelerators that combine the best of linear and circular machines.

Experiment of the moment

The BASE collaboration at CERN has measured the antiproton magnetic moment with extraordinary precision.

Illuminating antimatter

The ALPHA collaboration has made seminal measurements of antihydrogen’s spectral structure in a bid to test nature’s fundamental symmetries.

Putting the Pauli exclusion principle on trial

The exclusion principle is part of the bedrock of physics, but that hasn’t stopped experimentalists from devising cunning ways to test it.


Faces and places

New director for Los Alamos •  DPG elects next president •  Change of spokespersons at Pierre Auger •  Mark Thomson set to head up UK research council •  Sackler Prize for work on quantum field theory •  Emmy Noether distinction •  Event breathes new life into CERN history •  Winners of Buchalter Prize announced •  Creating a shared future in a fractured world •  Human interactions leave indelible tracks at CERN •  Physics fest for a future circular collider •  Project to assess impact of research infrastructures  • CLIC workshop focuses on strategy  • Rutherford Appleton Laboratory turns 60 • Visits


• John D’Auria 1939–2017 •  Raoul Gatto 1930–2017 •  Ernst Heer 1928–2017 •  Frank Paige 1944–2017