Roger Phillips was renowned for his deep understanding of particle-physics models.
Steven Weinberg reflects on winning the Breakthrough Prize, effective field theory, and the mass-hierarchy problem.
Nobel laureate Martinus Veltman made a lasting impact on particle physics, and inspired many students.
Jack Steinberger received the 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics for establishing the difference between neutrinos associated with muons and those associated with electrons.
The majority of jobs at CERN are not for physicists, but for engineers, technicians and others who build, operate and maintain the lab’s complex infrastructure.
Alexei Onuchin was an expert in Cherenkov counters.
Mait Müntel left physics to found Lingvist, an education company harnessing big data and artificial intelligence to accelerate language learning.
Joachim Mnich discusses the opportunities and challenges he faces as CERN’s new director for research and computing.
Early-career researchers voice their hopes and concerns about the future of particle physics.
Roberts was the “R” in the MRST collaboration, famous for calculating hadronic structure functions.