The central tracker detector of the Anti Matter Spectrometer (AMS) arrived at CERN on 25 September ready for assembly with the other components of the experiment.
Jeffrey Hangst describes a new antihydrogen experiment at CERN.
A pioneering experiment at CERN with potential for cancer therapy has produced its first results.
Most experiments at the Antiproton Decelerator (AD) at CERN involve laser or microwave studies of atoms such as antiprotonic helium and antihydrogen.
The Japanese-European ASACUSA team at CERN has measured the antiproton-to-electron-mass ratio to record-breaking accuracy.
Walter Oelert, leader of the team that 10 years ago obtained the first antimatter atoms, talks to Tomasz Rozek about the fact and fiction surrounding the discovery.
It is 50 years since Emilio Segrè, Owen Chamberlain and their group first created an antiproton. Lynn Yarris describes their achievement at Berkeley's Bevatron in 1955.
The Balloon-borne Experiment with Superconducting Spectrometer (BESS) launched a cosmic-ray spectrometer from Antarctica on 13 December.
A new technique for cooling antiprotons has been tested at CERN's Antiproton Decelerator (AD), yielding 50 times more trapped antiprotons per cycle than ever before.
The new method consists of exciting caesium atoms from an oven with two lasers, and then introducing the caesium into a positron trap.