The resurgence of nationalism along with pressing global challenges call for stronger scientific communities, argue Leonard Lynn and Hal Salzman.
The Southeast European Network in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics looks back on 20 years of strengthening physics research in Balkan states.
Published in December, CERN’s third environment report reflects a proactive approach to environmental protection across the laboratory.
On the hot topic of future colliders, the P5 report endorses an off-shore Higgs factory and supports vigorous R&D toward a 10 TeV parton-centre-of-momentum collider.
Maria Spiropulu and Michael Turner discuss "EPP-2024", charged with submitting a report on the long-term future of elementary particle physics in the US.
On 25 July the Council of SESAME unanimously approved Iraq’s request to join the Jordan-based third-generation light source.
ICJLab workshop explored how energy-recovery linacs could reduce the power consumption of proposed electron-hadron colliders.
Experts discussed all aspects of occupational health and safety at the International Technical Safety Forum, held at CERN from 25 to 28 October.
About 250 physicists from 70 countries gathered at ICTP Trieste to celebrate IUPAP's centenary.
The latest Snowmass community planning exercise revealed the great opportunities present in the US and the connections to programmes in the rest of the world.