Frederick Dylla's debut book puts a multidisciplinary historical perspective on the actors and events that shaped science.
50 years ago CERN’s Intersecting Storage Rings set in motion a series of hadron colliders charting nature at the highest possible energies.
The first ten years of LHC operations have generated a bumper crop of new knowledge.
The Institute for Nuclear Research in Moscow celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Simon Watt's performance gives the audience a chance to experiment with the psychology of self-identity and explore the interpretations of quantum mechanics, writes our reviewer.
Frank Close's new book on nuclear spy Klaus Fuchs offers a poignant insight into a formative time for the field, writes our reviewer.
The computing demands expected this decade puts HEP in a similar position to 1995 when the field moved to PCs, argues Sverre Jarp.
Ivo van Vulpen’s popular book isn’t an airy pamphlet cashing in on the 2012 discovery, but a realistic representation of what it’s like to be a particle physicist.
Just five research areas account for more than half of Nobel prizes.
Young Suh Kim and Marilyn Noz’s book may struggle to find its audience, says Nikolaos Rompotis.