Gravitational waves crease and stretch the fabric of spacetime as they ripple out across the universe, potentially causing observable effects on beams in storage rings.
Presented by three expert panellists, register for this live webinar which will introduce the motivation for and status of the proposed Future Circular Collider at CERN.
The recently installed, upgraded ALICE inner tracking system is the largest pixel detector ever built and the first at the LHC to use monolithic active pixel sensors.
SND@LHC and FASERv are set to make the first measurements of collider neutrinos, while opening new searches for physics beyond the Standard Model.
A recent CERN Alumni Network event highlighted how skills developed in high-energy physics can be transferred to careers in the environmental industry.
The high-energy and particle physics division of the European Physical Society has announced the recipients of its 2021 prizes.
Launched in February 2019, the European Union project ESCAPE is making strides towards an open scientific analysis infrastructure for particle physics and astronomy.
More than 200 experts participated in a workshop to study alternatives to the harmful chlorofluorocarbons which play an important role in traditional gas mixtures.
Laser-cooling opens the door to considerably more precise measurements of antihydrogen’s internal structure and gravitational interactions.
Accelerator physicist and science communicator Suzie Sheehy discusses her work, her new book, and how to increase the appeal of a research career.
Marco Calviani describes major upgrades to the beam-intercepting devices that lie at the heart of CERN’s accelerator complex.
It is curious to note that if the Ξb(6100)– baryon were only 13 MeV heavier, it would be above the Λb0 K- mass threshol...
The measurements constrain predictions from perturbative quantum chromodynamics.
The XIX International Workshop on Neutrino Telescopes (NeuTel) attracted 1000 physicists online from 18 to 26 February.