The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider at Brookhaven National Laboratory has shattered its own record for producing polarized-proton collisions at 200 GeV
An interview with the high-energy physicist who now heads the Italian Space Agency.
Ground-breaking on the way to a new experiment at Fermilab to look for the neutrinoless transformation of a muon into an electron.
Glimpses of the ATLAS experiment during preparation for the LHC’s second run.
After two years of intense maintenance and consolidation, and several months of preparation for the restart, the LHC is back in operation.
The SESAME project – the Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East – passed an important milestone at the beginning of April, with the complete assembly and su...
NSLS-II will offer 10,000 times the brightness of its predecessor.
A look at the vast amount of work done during the long shudown, and some of the challenges that arose.
More than 10,000 tests need to be completed to prepare the LHC for a collision energy of 13 TeV.
On 12 January, the key to the LHC was symbolically handed back to the operations team.