CERN alumni who have returned to the classroom reveal teaching to be one of the hardest but most rewarding things they have ever done.
The fifth LHC Career Networking event saw former LHC physicists lend their advice on securing a top job outside of
the field, reports Connie Potter.
Headed by two ATLAS physicists, gluoNNet applies data-mining and machine-learning techniques to benefit wider society.
Berkeley Lab’s Cyclotron Road initiative is helping science innovators to translate their ideas into high-impact technologies.
Residents of the Vatican Observatory describe life as a full-time physicist in the church.
A recent CERN Alumni Network event highlighted how skills developed in high-energy physics can be transferred to careers in the environmental industry.
Experimental physicist Paul Lecoq’s half-century-long career illustrates the power of CERN in fostering international collaboration.
The majority of jobs at CERN are not for physicists, but for engineers, technicians and others who build, operate and maintain the lab’s complex infrastructure.
Mait Müntel left physics to found Lingvist, an education company harnessing big data and artificial intelligence to accelerate language learning.
Early-career researchers voice their hopes and concerns about the future of particle physics.