The fifth LHC Career Networking event saw former LHC physicists lend their advice on securing a top job outside of
the field, reports Connie Potter.
The diffuse photon background that fills the universe does not limit itself to the attention-hogging cosmic microwave background.
SKAO director-general Philip Diamond describes how the world's largest radio telescope went from concept to construction.
Assembly of the tokamak that will confine a 150-million-degree plasma inside the ITER fusion experiment is under way.
President of the CERN Council Ursula Bassler reflects on the progress and challenges in building the next major collider.
The ATLAS collaboration has observed the simultaneous production of three W bosons for the first time.
The CMS collaboration has set constraints on a simplified model mediated by the Higgs boson.
By clicking the “Join the audience” button you will be taken to our third-party webinar provider in order to register your details. ITER has now reached the stage where about h...
The inaugural CERN Flavour Anomalies Workshop brought together more than 500 experimentalists and theorists to discuss longstanding tensions in B-physics measurements.
The possibility that the proton wave function may contain a |uudcc̄> component in addition to the g → cc̄ splitting arising from perturbative gluon radiation has b...
Exploring the potential of quantum information science and technologies for high-energy physics.
Giorgio Parisi, Klaus Hasselmann and Syukuro Manabe made groundbreaking contributions to the understanding of complex physical systems, such as Earth's climate.
Egil Lillestøl was able to explain the most complex systems and mechanisms in physics to any audience.
Beyond the setting of new records, precise knowledge of the luminosity at particle colliders is vital for physics analyses.