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Matthew Chalmers

Matthew Chalmers

Editor

Matthew Chalmers did his PhD on the ALEPH experiment at CERN’s LEP collider in the late 1990s. Following an MSc in science communication, he was features editor of Physics World for five years and since 2008 he has worked independently as a contributing editor to Nature, Physics World and numerous other titles, in addition to being a consultant for New Scientist and editor of ESRFnews. Having written extensively on high-energy physics for 15 years, he joined the Courier in May 2016.

John Swain

John Swain

Sciencewatch

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.

Merlin Kole

Merlin Kole

Astrowatch

Merlin Kole started compiling the Astrowatch page in May 2017. Following his master's studies in particle physics at Nikhef in Amsterdam, he moved on to a PhD in astroparticle physics at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm. After finishing his PhD in 2014, he moved to the University of Geneva to continue working in the field of astroparticle physics, mainly focusing on the POLAR satellite project and the development of future space-based particle detectors.

Peggie Rimmer

Peggie Rimmer

Archive

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.

Virginia Greco

Virginia Greco

Bookshelf

Virginia Greco has a Master’s degree in electronic engineering and a PhD in physics, and is a journalist. Besides conducting research in electronics and physics, she regularly carries out science-communication and outreach activities. She is a Marie Curie fellow at CERN and is Books Editor for the CERN Courier.

Advisory board

Peter Jenni, Christine Sutton, Claude Amsler, Philippe Bloch, Roger Forty, Mike Lamont, Matthew Mccullough