The International Society for Quantum Gravity aims to turn disagreement into a call for better understanding, say Bianca Dittrich and Daniele Oriti
The latest Snowmass community planning exercise revealed the great opportunities present in the US and the connections to programmes in the rest of the world.
Crystal collimation, which makes use of a phenomenon called planar channelling, is key to handling the more intense beams at Run 3 and the High-Luminosity LHC.
Taking shape on the Mediterranean seabed, the vast KM3NeT telescope promises to open a new vista on the neutrino’s properties.
After five years of arduous activity, new surface and underground structures are ready to house the services, technical infrastructure and accelerator equipment required for the Hi...
EURO-LABS maps out a European transnational access programme to boost knowledge transfer.
Participants at the Superconducting Detector Magnets Workshop discussed the strong demand for developing future superconducting magnets.
Experts discussed all aspects of occupational health and safety at the International Technical Safety Forum, held at CERN from 25 to 28 October.
On 7 September colleagues and friends commemorated the 80th birthday of the pioneering CERN theorist.
About 250 physicists from 70 countries gathered at ICTP Trieste to celebrate IUPAP's centenary.
The LHCb collaboration on the hunt for neutral Kaon decays into four muons.
The determination of the hypertriton's lifetime and separation energy are fundamental to understand the nature of the strong interaction.
Kacper Matuszyński showcases Teledyne's high-performance digitisers at this year’s Big Science Business Forum.