A large superconducting magnet could cast light on the dark universe.
Interest in CP violation continues today with studies of b hadrons and neutrinos.
A fresh look at the case for an electron–hadron collider.
Results from precision studies in the charm energy region.
While it is now generally accepted that dark matter makes up the majority of the mass in the universe, little is known about what it is.
Options for an energy-frontier collider in the post-LHC era.
The PSI2013 workshop focused on fundamental symmetries and interactions.
A series of upgrades will deliver many more protons.
All about a Higgs boson and more at EPS-HEP 2013.
Stockholm, with its many stretches of water, islands and old town, provided an attractive setting for the 2013 International Europhysics Conference on High-Energy Physics, EPS-HEP2013 on 18–24 July.