A multipurpose detector, its physics goals range from the search for the Higgs boson and supersymmetric particles to the exploration of extra dimensions and other alternative scenarios.
What will the LHC bring? Nobel laureates at Lindau share their thoughts.
This autumn, commissioning should be in full swing on the LHC at CERN, the world’s largest laboratory for the study of subnuclear physics.
The first Austria–France–Italy (AFI) symposium, From the Vacuum to the Universe, took place on 19–20 October at the University of Innsbruck.
A report on the 2007 meeting in Europe’s biennial conference series.
A look at the LHC's potential for photon-induced interactions.
With Switzerland's reputation for exactitude, Zurich was the ideal place for scientists to discuss high precision for hard processes at LHC in this last year's workshop.
A workshop at the Institute for Advanced Study paid much attention to a small-scale experiment that might have found the first direct indication of a new particle.
The latest experimental results from the heavy-ion programmes at RHIC and CERN's SPS were the focus of attention at QM2006 in Shanghai. For the first time there were discussions about attempts to conn...
On 14 July in Lisbon, CERN Council adopted a strategy for particle physics in Europe, which will enable the community to participate fully in an increasingly global adventure.