In 2005, more than ever, we must continue to nurture fundamental research if we are to sustain technology, argue Manjit Dosanjh and Hans Hoffmann.
Heads of state, representatives from many countries, and scientists and engineers from CERN's past, present and future research in particle physics attended the laboratory's official 50th anniversary ...
Jefferson Lab is aiming to further studies of strongly interacting matter by upgrading the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility to 12 GeV and adding a fourth experimental hall. Steven Cornel...
The Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee's recently published long-range plan looks forward to an exciting future with new facilities and challenging research.
Earlier this year the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research reached a policy decision on the TESLA project that determines the way ahead for DESY.
Restrictions on travel to the US are having a damaging impact on international scientific collaboration, as Vera Lüth explains.
How can a country like Pakistan benefit from working together with CERN? Ishfaq Ahmad explains.
After a difficult year, it seems that an air of optimism is back in the INFN laboratories at Gran Sasso.
The announcement that pumping will stop at the Homestake mine has clouded the future of the favoured site for a proposed major underground laboratory in the US.
John Ellis looks at what CERN can offer scientists - and the wider society - in developing countries.