The second joint ECFA, NuPECC and APPEC symposium offered participants a comprehensive assessment of overlapping research topics.
The most satisfying thing is witnessing people’s enthusiasm and their desire to learn more about CERN and its mission, says Bryan Pérez Tapia.
Around 240 registrants in 39 countries gathered for the first SESAME Cultural Heritage Day.
The African Conference on Fundamental and Applied Physics attracted more than 600 participants.
The Institute of Particle Physics continues to support novel projects, while diversifying and extending Canadian particle physics.
CERN alumni who have returned to the classroom reveal teaching to be one of the hardest but most rewarding things they have ever done.
The latest PHYSTAT meeting concentrated on the way systematic effects are incorporated in a range of particle-physics analyses.
Beyond the setting of new records, precise knowledge of the luminosity at particle colliders is vital for physics analyses.
EPS-HEP 2021 saw breathtaking results from LHC Run 2, writes Christophe Grojean.
A town-hall meeting initiated a broad and community-driven discussion leading to a final strategy document in two to three years’ time.