Christine Sutton gained a PhD in particle physics from the University of Sheffield, followed by some time in research. After a period as Physical Sciences Editor for New Scientist she has since been active both in research and in writing and is author of several books, most recently (with Frank Close and Michael Marten) The Particle Odyssey. After 10 years at the University of Oxford, she became editor of the CERN Courier in 2003.
Production Editor – print and web
Lisa Gibson joined IOP Publishing in 2002 and after working in journals production for many years is now responsible for production of both the print and web editions of CERN Courier, including layout and sub editing. She has a degree in English from the University of the West of England.
Kate Kahle began as a physicist before receiving an MSc in Science Communication at Imperial College London. She joined CERN in 2006 to communicate for CERN-led European projects after 5 years of editorial experience in the Pearson publishing group: Dorling Kindersley, Penguin Press and Longman Schools Science. She became the news editor of the CERN Courier in 2012.
John Swain compiles the Sciencewatch page from his base at Northeastern University in Boston. He received undergraduate degrees in physics and computer science from the University of Toronto, followed by a PhD from Toronto on research at DESY. He later joined the L3 experiment at CERN. Now a faculty member at Northeastern, he works on the CMS experiment at the LHC and the Pierre Auger Observatory as well as on a range of theoretical topics.
Marc Türler has been compiling Astrowatch since May 2003. He has a master's in physics and a PhD in science (astronomy and astrophysics), both obtained at the University of Geneva. He works as a scientist at the ISDC Data Centre for Astrophysics attached to the Observatory of the University of Geneva. Since 2014, he is also affiliated to the University of Zurich working part-time as the administrator of CHIPP, the Swiss Institute of Particle Physics.
Peggie Rimmer compiles the Archive page and occasionally writes book reviews for the CERN Courier. After obtaining undergraduate degrees in mathematics and physics from the University of Liverpool, she took a doctorate in nuclear physics from the University of Oxford and spent some time there as a Research Fellow. She joined CERN in 1970, specializing in on-line computing. Peggie retired in 2005..
Luis Alvarez-Gaume, James Gillies and Horst Wenninger