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.
CERN's celebration of 50 years of hadron colliders in October offered a feast of physics and history.
Ghost Particle captures the human spirit surrounding the birth of a modern particle-physics detector.
Residents of the Vatican Observatory describe life as a full-time physicist in the church.
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.