Electrical engineer Matteo Di Cosmo describes the difficult decision to leave CERN after eight enjoyable years.
Jack Heron, a senior fellow working on R&D for the proposed Future Circular Collider, reflects on his past experience in the defence sector.
Together with colleagues from CERN’s Vacuum, Surfaces and Coatings and Mechanical and Materials Engineering groups, Audrey Vichard is working on R&D for the Einstein Telescope.
Fermilab's Don Lincoln describes his dual career as a researcher and science communicator.
Valeria’s career turned towards space science in 2007, when she began working for ESA's Euclid mission.
Former LHC experimentalists discuss their experiences, good and bad, upon transitioning to the diverse employment world outside particle physics.
CERN alumni working in Google, Microsoft and other big-tech firms offer advice on how to promote your assets when seeking to move out of academia.
A $15 million investment will enable US firm TAU Systems to build a marketable laser-driven particle accelerator.
The most satisfying thing is witnessing people’s enthusiasm and their desire to learn more about CERN and its mission, says Bryan Pérez Tapia.
As someone who fell in love with science at a young age and enjoyed speaking and writing, Sean Carroll has clearly found his ideal career. But stepping outside the confines of research is not without ...