A Dutch team will compare electron and positron showers, while a US team will study the properties of scintillators.
Steven Vigdor’s idea is that deviations from perfect symmetry are not “bugs”, but are beautiful and essential.
Since the first school in 2001, there has been a dramatic increase in the involvement of Latin-American groups in experimental HEP.
How should the next major project in particle physics be communicated to ensure its reach and success?
Giovanni Mazzitelli describes the changing face of communication through the lens of European Researchers’ Night.
Quàntica, which opened on 9 April at the Centre de Cultural Contemporània de Barcelona, invites you to explore quantum physics through the lens of both art and science.
On 8 April, CERN unveiled plans for a major new facility for scientific education and outreach.
Two independent groups are going to Earth’s extremes to make unprecedented measurements for physics, education and the environment.
Founded in 2014 at the time of CERN’s 60th birthday, the Beamline for Schools competition inspires and trains the youngest researchers in science.
What was it that drove one of the biggest media events science has ever seen, and is the LHC still able to capture the public imagination?