Djamschid Safi explains how big science is helping European companies to fast-track the development of innovative products, services and applications.
From equipment procurement to knowledge-transfer initiatives, Giovanni Anelli, Anders Unnervik and Marzena Lapka provide a high-level tour of CERN’s unique innovation ecosystem.
A new CMS subdetector – the Precision Proton Spectrometer (PPS) – allows the electroweak sector of the Standard Model to be probed in regions so far unexplored.
Accelerator physicists worldwide gathered under the auspices of IAEA to discuss the socio-economic impact of accelerators.
Scientists have a special responsibility to build a new world out of the ruins of the war in Ukraine, says Herwig Schopper.
Stefano Vitale describes the status of LISA as the space-based gravitational-wave observatory moves into its final design phase.
Recent progress in understanding thorium’s nuclear structure could enable an ultra-accurate nuclear clock with applications in fundamental physics.
The European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) enables industry scientists to translate their materials R&D into high-impact technologies.
An outstanding physicist who played a decisive role in the understanding of atomic nuclei.
Boris Ioffe's work with E Shabalin provided an impetus for the creation of the Glashow–Iliopoulos–Maiani mechanism.
The most satisfying thing is witnessing people’s enthusiasm and their desire to learn more about CERN and its mission, says Bryan Pérez Tapia.
CMS physicists have taken advantage of the data collected during LHC Run 2 to observe jets in many different final states and systematically understand their differences in detail.
For the first time, ALICE has observed a significant coherently photo-produced J/ψ-meson signal in semi-central PbPb collisions.
A new ATLAS analysis allows an important test of the compatibility with predictions from different PDF sets.
The CERN-developed simulator “Molflow” has become the de-facto industry standard for ultra-high-vacuum simulations, with applications ranging from chip manufacturing to the exp...
The increasing number of exotic hadrons being discovered at LHCb has prompted the collaboration to bring logic to the naming scheme.
The first commercial prototype of a high-efficiency 8 MW X-band klystron boosts RF power production by 25%.