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CERN Courier magazine: May 2014 digital edition

Cern Courier

Welcome to the digital edition of the May 2014 issue of CERN Courier

News that the BICEP2 telescope has found evidence for an era of cosmic inflation, just after the Big Bang, sent ripples deep into the particle-physics community, where research looks closely into the nature of fundamental forces and particles in the early universe. News on these particles continues to flow from analyses of high-energy data from the LHC's first run, as well as from Fermilab's Tevatron. At the same time, analyses of low-energy data are turning up surprises, with indications of four-quark states, for example at the BESIII experiment in Beijing. Meanwhile, there was much sadness at CERN at the passing of the last of the founding fathers, diplomat François de Rose, whose vision for the organization remains just as compelling 60 years on.

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