The International Linear Collider is the most technologically established Higgs-factory proposal.
An electron–positron Higgs factory following the LHC would significantly expand our knowledge about this unique and mysterious elementary scalar.
A 100 km tunnel hosting a circular electron–positron Higgs and electroweak factory would pave the way for an energy-frontier hadron collider.
The proposed Compact Linear Collider offers a Higgs factory with top-quark production in its initial stage.
The 2020 update of the European strategy for particle physics forms the basis of CERN’s objectives for the next five years, explains CERN Director-General Fabiola Gianotti.
Jorgen D’Hondt describes ECFA efforts to pursue technical and scientific synergies between Higgs-factory proposals.
Early-career researchers voice their hopes and concerns about the future of particle physics.
Leybold’s Tom Kammermeier on the German manufacturer’s long-range bet on hyperloop vacuum-based transportation systems.
ESS vacuum group leader Marcelo Juni Ferreira describes the essential role of vacuum technology in this next-generation neutron-science facility.
A pan-European consortium is working towards an international standard for the commercial manufacture of ionisation vacuum gauges.