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.
Renowned accelerator physicist Gregory Loew has written an insightful book of truly ambitious scope, writes our reviewer.
French actor Irène Jacob's novel is an intimate portrait of life as the daughter of a renowned theoretical physicist, writes James Gillies.
Particle physicists brought cosmic-ray science to the heart of the Château-d’Oex International Balloon Festival.
Aashild Sørheim's book presents new documentary evidence on the wartime life of an engineer who had a seminal impact on accelerator physics, writes Kurt Hübner.