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From the first paper to the dozens of ground-breaking results presented over recent months, the first two years of ATLAS physics have been a hugely productive time.
With 9 T dipole magnets of a new “twin” design and superfluid helium cooling, the LHC took the use of superconductivity in accelerators to a new level.
Roger Dixon looks back at a trail-blazing particle accelerator.
Hasan Padamsee surveys developments in a key technology.
Akira Yamamoto describes highlights from 40 years of R&D.
Chris Quigg takes a look at the enduring legacy of Fermilab's proton–antiproton collider.
Pier Oddone on the end of Tevatron's run.
The LHC is enjoying a confluence of twos.
At its recent session in June, the CERN Council approved the construction of the Extra Low ENergy Antiproton ring (ELENA) – an upgrade of the existing Antiproton Decelerator (AD).