The year 2015 began for the ATLAS experiment with an intense phase of commissioning using cosmic-ray data and first proton–proton collisions, allowing ATLAS physicists to test the trigger and detect...
The highlight of EPS-HEP 2015 for the CMS collaboration was the publication of the first physics result exploring the new territory at the LHC energy of 13 TeV: the measurement of the charged-hadron ...
A 2.5-GeV, third-generation light source is under construction in the Middle-East that will arguably be the region’s first true international centre of excellence.
As many as 340 physicists, engineers, science managers and journalists gathered in Washington DC for the first annual meeting of the global Future Circular Collider (FCC) study. The FCC week covered ...
X-ray free-electron lasers are enabling new classes of experiments
Physics societies provide valuable input to the planning process.
Bringing physicists together in Southeast Europe.
A series of upgrades will deliver many more protons.
The unexpected result from 30 years ago is still in the minds of today's physicists.
Photos highlight some of CERN’s preparations for a busy two years of maintenance and consolidation.