Nuclear physicists Dinesh Kumar Srivastava and V S Ramamurthy explore global policies for an eco-friendly future.
Latvia is the third of the Baltic States to join CERN in recent years after Lithuania and Estonia, and first became involved with CERN activities in the early 1990s.
This year’s Future Circular Collider Week took place online from 28 June to 2 July, attracting 700 participants to debate the next steps needed to produce a feasibility report in 2025/2026.
An exascale computing facility modelled on the organisation of CERN would enable a step-change in quantifying climate change, argue Tim Palmer and Bjorn Stevens.
Three decades since the Polish flag was hoisted at the entrance to CERN, Tadeusz Lesiak recollects the genesis of Poland’s membership and reflects on its impact.
The Economics of Big Science features 18 contributions that bring the interconnectedness of fundamental science and economics into focus.
Audiences never look at particle physics with the same eyes once they’ve learned about its wider applications.
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.
The AION experiment is one of several multidisciplinary projects funded by the UK’s new Quantum Technologies for Fundamental Physics programme.
The International Linear Collider is the most technologically established Higgs-factory proposal.