Particle identification is a fundamental requirement for experiments such as LHCb that are dedicated to the study of B physics.
The ANTARES underwater neutrino telescope has passed twin deployment milestones on its way to implementation. Greg Hallewell reports.
Just over a year ago, an accident at the Superkamiokande detector in Japan brought neutrino experiments there to a temporary conclusion.
3D silicon detectors offer exciting new approaches to imaging for particle physics and other fields. Cinzia DaVia' explains.
Assembly of the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) detector, being built for physics at CERN's Large Hadron Collider, reached an important turning point in October.
The LHCb collaboration, dedicated to studying CP violation in B-meson decays at CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC), has received the first components of its calorimeter system from Russia.
The ALICE experiment, which is being prepared for CERN's Large Hadron Collider, has developed the ALICE production environment.
The MiniBOONE experiment at Fermilab inthe US saw its first neutrinos in September.
Handling, presenting and understanding the complex track patterns produced in the collisions of high-energy particles calls for considerable ingenuity. Gordon Fraser talks to CERN collision display sp...
The first telescope of the high-energy stereoscopic system (HESS), named in honour of Victor Hess, the discoverer of cosmic radiation, was officially inaugurated in Namibia in September.