The former HERMES experiment at DESY, a pioneer in unravelling the mysteries of the proton spin, is the protagonist in a new book by Richard Milner and Erhard Steffens.
For the more inquisitive viewer, Parallels offers a chance to explore the often even more incredible ideas explored for real in particle physics.
Stuart Raby's book is a useful resource for designing lectures in quantum field theory and physics beyond the Standard Model, writes Martin Bauer.
The CERN Courier editors take a tour through the magazine's Higgs archives.
In an excerpt from his new book Elusive: How Peter Higgs Solved the Mystery of Mass, Frank Close recounts the story of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics.
Hadron form factors: From Basic Phenomenology to QCD Sum Rules is a valuable reference work, writes Amanda Cooper-Sarkar.
Filled with brain-tickling facts about particles and science wonders, Letizia Diamante’s debut book will engage children of all ages.
Stephon Alexander’s Fear of a Black Universe makes a strong case for deviance in research and academia.
In December, a memorial symposium was held in Rome to celebrate the life and scientific contributions of Bruno Touschek.
A new production of Michael Frayn’s masterwork Copenhagen contains little action but much physics and food for thought, finds Letizia Diamante.