2015 Nobel-laureate Takaaki Kajita opened NuPhys19 by confirming that construction of Hyper-Kamiokande will begin this year.
Senior figures in European particle physics have gathered for a week of intense discussions that will guide the future of fundamental exploration.
The outreach project Tactile Collider is changing the way particle physicists engage with visually impaired people, writes founder Rob Appleby.
The Standard-Model Extension provides a framework for testing CPT and Lorentz symmetries by including all operators that break them in an effective field theory.
CLIC study leaders respond to preprint comparing CLIC with a Future Circular Collider.
John Ellis reflects on 50 years at the forefront of theoretical high-energy physics - and whether the field is ripe for a paradigm shift.
The next major European project after the LHC should be a 100-km circumference circular collider, argue more than 50 senior particle physicists.
A new fit to Planck’s 2018 data release exchanges an anomalously large lensing amplitude for a higher energy density, thereby inferring a closed universe.
If approved, the new machine will reuse infrastructure from the Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collider.
Croatia joins India, Lithuania, Pakistan, Turkey and Ukraine as Associate Member States, while Cyprus and Slovenia are Associate Member States in the pre-stage to membership.
One half of the prize was granted to James Peebles for theoretical discoveries in cosmology, while the other was shared between Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz for the discovery of ...
KAGRA is the first gravitational-wave detector to operate at cryogenic temperatures.
Pierre Sikivie won the Sakurai Prize for work recognising the potential visibility of the axion.
The CERN Council unanimously decided to renew her mandate.
Smith agrees to remain in position, with a search for a successor being revisited during 2020.