Headed by two ATLAS physicists, gluoNNet applies data-mining and machine-learning techniques to benefit wider society.
Assembly of the tokamak that will confine a 150-million-degree plasma inside the ITER fusion experiment is under way.
The 11.7 T magnet driving CEA’s Iseult project is rooted in technology transfer with fusion and particle physics.
The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams in Michigan underpins an ambitious programme to transform nuclear physics and its applications.
An ambitious upgrade of SLAC's X-ray free-electron-laser facility – the Linac Coherent Light Source – is nearing completion.
As reported today in Nature, the technique promises to reduce the time needed to cool antiprotons from hours to seconds.
Kolanoski and Wermes' new book is a reference for lectures on experimental methods for postgraduate students, writes our reviewer.
An exascale computing facility modelled on the organisation of CERN would enable a step-change in quantifying climate change, argue Tim Palmer and Bjorn Stevens.
Frontier instruments like the LHC and its detectors not only push back the boundaries of our knowledge, but also catalyse innovative technology for medical applications, writes Manuela Cirilli.
A recent CERN Alumni Network event highlighted how skills developed in high-energy physics can be transferred to careers in the environmental industry.