Preparations are under way for a next-generation heavy-ion experiment for Run 5 of the LHC and beyond.
The collaboration's latest test of lepton-flavour universality with beauty baryons brings a further tool to understand the flavour anomalies.
Technology originally developed for high-energy physics is being used to develop a novel medical linear accelerator for radiotherapy in low- and middle-income countries.
Energy economy was the primary motivation for CERN to adopt the “Sirius” family of regenerative power converters for its transfer lines.
Two roadmaps completed at the end of last year set out the detector and accelerator technologies required to achieve the ambitious goals of the 2020 update of the European strategy...
The latest PHYSTAT meeting concentrated on the way systematic effects are incorporated in a range of particle-physics analyses.
Theorists and experimentalists met at CERN in October to discuss new detector concepts and theoretical approaches to search for a cosmological gravitational-wave background.
ITER vacuum-section leader Robert Pearce describes the latest progress with one of the largest and most complex vacuum systems ever built.
State-of-the-art ultrahigh-vacuum technologies underpin the 3 GeV electron storage ring of Sweden's MAX IV light source.
Results show that a dedicated instrument on a future lunar mission would bring a crucial third independent tool to tackle the neutron lifetime puzzle.
A new production of Michael Frayn’s masterwork Copenhagen contains little action but much physics and food for thought, finds Letizia Diamante.
The structure was designed to stimulate sew insights, dialogue and collaboration between AI specialists, scientists, philosophers and ethicists.
The Heavy Ion Therapy Masterclass school was the first event of the European Union project HITRIplus, in which CERN is a strategic partner.
Testament to the LHC entering a precision era of physics, the CMS measurement is competitive with LEP's.
The freshly-completed upgrade of the detectors and the harvest of Pb–Pb collision data expected in Run 3 will further improve the measurements.
LHC data place strongest constraints to date on the production of vector-like quarks, predicted in composite-Higgs scenarios.