CERN’s CLOUD experiment has merged the best of particle physics and atmospheric science into a novel experimental approach, says spokesperson Jasper Kirkby.
The need at CERN to align components within a fraction of a millimetre demands skills and tools beyond the scope of normal surveyor jobs.
With atomically thin active sensing components, graphene-based Hall probes incur reduced systematic errors.
3000 accelerator specialists gathered in cyber-space for the 11th International Particle Accelerator Conference.
The recent closure of reactors means making the most of existing facilities while preparing accelerator-based sources, says Helmut Schober.
The proposal, led by physicists and engineers from LHCb, is one of several being developed to meet growing demand for ventilators.
Researchers at Diamond Light Source and other synchrotron facilities are using intense X-rays to decipher the biochemical and structural makeup of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Michel Claessens’ new book ITER: The Giant Fusion Reactor unfolds 40 years of the history of nuclear fusion, says Lucio Rossi.
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.
Linac applications discussed at High Gradient 2019 ranged from CLIC to XFELs and medical accelerators.