IXPE’s first results provide novel insights into the properties of neutron stars.
The CMS collaboration has made the first observation of the ϒ(3S) meson in heavy-ion collisions.
Many interesting searches and results were presented at Moriond QCD and High Energy Interactions.
Johannes Gutleber outlines the latest progress toward the Future Circular Collider feasibility study.
LHCb's all-new VELO detector will extend the collaboration's capabilities to search for new physics at Run 3.
CERN’s diverse fixed-target programme is playing an increasingly important role in the search for new physics.
Exploring the fundamental laws of the universe relies on the dedication and enthusiasm of skilled CERN technicians such as Florian Hofmann.
Pierre Fayet and Jean Iliopoulos remember theorist Claude Bouchiat.
Yulian Aramovich Budagov's exceptionally wide creative range was most prominently manifested during the preparation of experiments at TeV-scale accelerators.
Shaping the long-term perspective for neutrino physics at CERN is one of Francesco Lanni's goals as leader of the CERN Neutrino Platform.
Silicon photomultipliers offer many advantages over traditional tube devices, but further R&D is needed to understand their performance under radiation damage.
The Institute of Particle Physics continues to support novel projects, while diversifying and extending Canadian particle physics.
The CERN Council condemns, in the strongest terms, the military invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation.
Brazil is the first country in Latin America to join CERN as an Associate Member State.