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ALICE gets ready to pinpoint muon pairs Nov 20, 2007

How to build a muon spectrometer to study hot quark matter.

ALICE: New kid on the block (archive) Sep 19, 2008

ALICE was the third collaboration to submit a technical proposal for an experiment at the LHC, doing so on 15 December 1995 with the design for a dedicated heavy-ion detector.

Producing charm with light Oct 27, 2014

The electric charge of lead ions, when accelerated to ultra-relativistic velocities, is the source of an intense flux of high-energy quasi-real photons. Ultra-peripheral collisions – the interaction of a photon with a target at impact parameters larger…

Particle identification in ALICE boosts QGP studies Aug 23, 2012

How the experiment employs an arsenal of techniques.

ALICE through the phase transition Oct 30, 2000

While proton-proton collisions will be the principal diet of CERN's LHC machine, heavy-ion collisions will also be on the menu. The ALICE experiment will be ready and waiting.

ALICE: The heavy-ion challenge Sep 19, 2008

Jürgen Schukraft discusses how the ALICE detector has evolved over two decades.

Faces and Places Jan 27, 2009

LBNL head moves to Washington US president-elect Barack Obama has nominated Steve Chu, the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) director, to be the next secretary of energy. Chu will be among the few active scientists to head the Department of…

A heavy load arrives for ALICE Nov 1, 2003

On 25 September the two large coils for the ALICE dipole magnet arrived at Point 2 of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) after a 1200 km journey from their manufacturer. The two coils, which are 5 m long, 6 m wide, more than 3 m high, and weigh 20 tonnes…

…while ALICE installs the first detectors Oct 5, 2006

In mid-July, the ALICE Collaboration reached important milestones with the installation of the trigger and tracking chambers of the muon spectrometer. They are the first detectors to be installed in their final position in the ALICE cavern of the Large…

Quark Matter 2014: news from ALICE May 22, 2014

The new results shown by the ALICE collaboration at the Quark Matter 2014 conference in Darmstadt focus principally on the most recent collisions at the LHC – those of protons and lead nuclei (pPb) performed towards the end of Run 1 in early 2013. Planned…

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