High-energy physicists among winners of UK Institute of Physics 2021 Awards
DESY's first female director will lead the lab's high-energy physics division from 1 February.
The fifth LHC Career Networking event saw former LHC physicists lend their advice on securing a top job outside of
the field, reports Connie Potter.
Among the many fundamental problems he worked on was the hierarchical ratio between the electroweak and Planck scales.
A pioneer in studies of relativistic heavy-ion collisions, and leader of the Ukraine–CERN collaboration.
Giorgio Parisi, Klaus Hasselmann and Syukuro Manabe made groundbreaking contributions to the understanding of complex physical systems, such as Earth's climate.
Helmut Weber played a significant role during CERN’s transition from the LEP era to the LHC project.
Egil Lillestøl was able to explain the most complex systems and mechanisms in physics to any audience.
Simon Eidelman was a leading researcher at the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics in Novosibirsk, Russia.
Steven Weinberg is part of the reduced rank of scientists who have radically changed the way we understand the universe and our place in it.