The Belle experiment at the KEKB asymmetric-energy electron-positron B-meson factory recently completed a successful first year of operation.
After commencing 2000 operations in fine style, CERN's flagship machine, the LEP electron-positron collider, has been regularly delivering experiments with beams of 103 GeV or more.
Jefferson Laboratory's CEBAF accelerator, which was originally designed to provide 4 GeV continuous-wave electron beams, has demonstrated 6 GeV continuous-wave operation.
The Japanese KEK laboratory has for the first time demonstrated an alternative method of accelerating protons to high energy - the fixed-field, alternating gradient (FFAG) synchrotron.
In Japan the KEK high-energy physics laboratory and the Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute are working together to finalize preparations for a major new high-intensity proton source, with applic...
Energen of Billerica, Massachusetts, has been selected as winner of the WPI Venture Forum's 7th Annual Business Plan Contest.
When it comes into operation in 2005, CERN's Large Hadron Collider, which will use thousands of superconducting magnets operating at superfluid helium temperatures, will also be the largest cryogeni...
The experiments being prepared for CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) received their first beams in May and preliminary results are expected soon.
The recent European Particle Accelerator Conference in Vienna underlined how far and wide particle accelerators have infiltrated into science and technology. Colin Johnson reports.
On Monday 12 June a new high-energy machine made its stage debut as operators in the main control room of Brookhaven's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) finally declared victory over their stu...