Interactive theatre performance What if scientists ruled the world? provided a welcome opportunity for scientists to reflect on how best to communicate their research.
Carlo Rovelli’s Helgoland is a well-written and easy-to-follow exploration of quantum mechanics and its interpretation.
Three decades since the Polish flag was hoisted at the entrance to CERN, Tadeusz Lesiak recollects the genesis of Poland’s membership and reflects on its impact.
Nils Barrellon’s novel Le Neutrino de Majorana is tailor-made for the entertainment of physicists and physics enthusiasts alike.
Experimental physicist Paul Lecoq’s half-century-long career illustrates the power of CERN in fostering international collaboration.
Eduard Boos and Victor Savrin look back at 75 years of developments at Russia’s Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics.
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.