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CERN Courier magazine: October 2015 digital edition

Cern Courier

Welcome to the digital edition of the October 2015 issue of CERN Courier

HERA – the world’s first, and so far only, electron–proton collider – ran at DESY from 1992 to 2007, yielding a fascinating view of the innermost structure of the proton. Now, using their data from HERA, the H1 and ZEUS collaborations have combined forces to produce the most detailed picture yet, which in turn provides valuable input for physics studies at the new high-energy frontier that the LHC is just beginning to explore. At the same time, other collaborations, such as RD51 at CERN, are working on the development of detectors for the upgrade in intensity at the LHC, while others are beginning to think about reaching still higher energies – and the innovative process this will entail.

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