Alain Blondel and Panagiotis Charitos report on developments at the third FCC Physics and Experiments Workshop.
A high-energy muon collider is receiving renewed attention as a possible frontier-exploration machine.
The EPS-AG prizes are awarded every three years for outstanding achievements in the accelerator field.
The goal of the German-Armenian programme is to integrate accelerator physics into undergraduate courses and provide an early experience of international cooperation.
Aashild Sørheim's book presents new documentary evidence on the wartime life of an engineer who had a seminal impact on accelerator physics, writes Kurt Hübner.
Advanced niobium-tin accelerator magnets for the LHC upgrade developed at US labs and CERN are also carving a path towards future energy-frontier colliders.
In a clinical world-first, a proton beam has been used to treat a patient with a ventricular tachycardia, which causes unsynchronised electrical impulses that prevent the heart from pumping blood.
Bringing the LHC to life and steering it beyond its design performance has been a rollercoaster journey for those at the helm, describes Mike Lamont.
Tollestrup was one of the world’s most influential modern physicists, writes George Zweig.
Physicists have taken a step towards demonstrating the technical feasibility of a muon collider.