Residents of the Vatican Observatory describe life as a full-time physicist in the church.
Jürgen made pioneering contributions to the heavy-quark effective theory with applications to exclusive hadron decays.
Steven Weinberg is among the very few individuals who, during the course of the history of civilisation, have radically changed the way we look at the universe.
Amalia Ballarino of CERN has received the 2021 James Wong Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Gerd Beyer’s work on the production of radiopharmaceuticals saved innumerable lives.
Herbert Lengeler led the SRF upgrade of LEP, among other key projects.
Luc Pape's rich career covered all aspects of our field, from the early days of bubble-chamber physics in the 1960s and 1970s, to the analysis of CMS data at the LHC.
Jean Sacton put Belgium at the forefront of major discoveries in fundamental physics and the development of associated technologies.
Vladimir Kukulin carried out pioneering research at the intersection of physics, mathematics, chemistry and engineering.
A recent CERN Alumni Network event highlighted how skills developed in high-energy physics can be transferred to careers in the environmental industry.