Martin Bauer encourages anyone who is interested in fundamental physics to read "The Biggest Ideas in the Universe: space, time, and motion" by Sean Carroll.
EuPRAXIA project aims to provide a practical path to new accelerator facilities and ultimately to higher beam energies.
Nicola Cabibbo's short 1963 paper paved the way to the modern unification of electromagnetic and weak interactions.
Stable beams are back at the LHC, heralding the start of a relatively short but intense physics run that is scheduled to end on 30 October.
Giorgio Brianti, a pillar of CERN throughout his 40-year career, played a major role in the success of CERN and in particular the LEP project.
Taking advantage of detectors used for particle physics, cosmogenic muons are becoming powerful tools for non-destructive imaging of large structures such as pyramids.
An extraordinary harvest of new results were shown at La Thuile from 18-25 March, with physicists leaving no stone unturned in the search for new physics.
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A comprehensive look at large-scale accelerator programmes in Asia
Participants of a recent CERN workshop discussed vacuum technologies for next-generation gravitational-wave observatories such as the Einstein Telescope.
Measurements of gluonic gravitational form factors at JLab have revealed three distinct regions in the proton's structure.
Adina de Wit and Yong Zhao are the awardees of this year's Guido Altarelli Award for deep-inelastic scattering and related subjects.
Atom interferometry holds great promise for making ultra-sensitive measurements in fundamental physics.
The new value, presented in March at the Rencontres de Moriond, contradicts CDF measurement published last year.
A search for dark photons decaying to a di-muon final state proves the capability of NA62 for studying physics in beam-dump mode.
Data from eROSITA and XMM Newton prove the existence of white dwarfs that accumulate helium from a companion star at a steady rate.
The FASER experiment at the LHC has directly observed the interactions of neutrinos produced at a collider.
LHCb result places stringent constraints on the parameter space of physics beyond the Standard Model.
CMS reports new results from searches for the electroweak production of sleptons, charginos and neutralinos.
Due for launch this summer, Euclid’s main scientific objectives align closely with CERN’s physics challenges.
Valeria’s career turned towards space science in 2007, when she began working for ESA's Euclid mission.