SESAME is now the world’s first major research infrastructure to be fully powered by renewable energy.
Results from a new survey show the impact of working at CERN on an individual’s career.
Being a scientist in the digital age means being a software producer and a software consumer.
True open science demands more than simply making data available.
The European Commission is embarking on an ambitious project called Plan S to make all scientific publications open access from 2020.
Larger collaborations mean there are many more PhD students and postdocs, while the number of permanent jobs has not increased equivalently.
The goal of “Gen-HET” is to improve the visibility of women in the field of high-energy theory.
The survey will be distributed widely, with a deadline for responses of 26 October.
PHYSTAT has played a role in the evolution of the way particle physicists employ statistical methods in their research.
The Physics Beyond Colliders (PBC) initiative, launched in 2016, explores the opportunities offered by the CERN accelerator complex and infrastructure.