Erich Lorhmann and Paul Söding look at how the German laboratory grew from modest beginnings.
Celebrating anniversaries of three Nobel prizes for work that established a key element of the Standard Model.
Pedro Waloschek looks back to DESY's beginnings.
A look back at events leading up to first collisions in LEP, 20 years ago.
Photos from the family album highlight the big events of 1959 and 1989.
An interview with the 2005 Nobel laureate explores his links with particle physics and CERN.
LEP – The Lord of the Collider Rings at CERN, 1980–2000: The Making, Operation and Legacy of the World’s Largest Scientific Instrument
Gordon Fraser reviews in 2009 LEP – The Lord of the Collider Rings at CERN, 1980–2000: The Making, Operation and Legacy of the World's Largest Scientific Instrument.
Horst Wenninger reviews in 2009 The Large Hadron Collider: a Marvel of Technology.
Jordan Juras reviews in 2009 The Quantum Frontier: The Large Hadron Collider.
How Gilberto Bernardini helped to inspire Leon Lederman's rediscovered enthusiasm for experimental physics.