New muon end-cap wheels currently being installed in the ATLAS detector will provide precision tracking and triggering at high rates for Run 3 and beyond.
As TikTok dethrones Facebook as the most popular app, the Courier explores how high-energy physicists are taking advantage of the social-media phenomenon.
Fermilab’s Proton Improvement Plan II (PIP-II) will reshape the future of accelerator-based particle physics in the US.
An ambitious upgrade of SLAC's X-ray free-electron-laser facility – the Linac Coherent Light Source – is nearing completion.
The engagement of international partners and early-career scientists will be pivotal for successful delivery of the Electron–Ion Collider.
Erik Verlinde sizes up the Standard Model, gravity and intelligence as candidates for future explanation as emergent phenomena.
LHCb's brand-new “SciFi” tracker and upgraded ring-imaging Cherenkov detectors are vital for the higher LHC luminosities ahead.
Leaders in artificial-intelligence research spoke to the Courier about what's next for the field, and how developments may impact fundamental science.
Jennifer Ngadiuba and Maurizio Pierini describe how ‘unsupervised’ machine learning could keep watch for signs of new physics at the LHC that have not yet been dreamt up by physicists.
The LHC Olympics and Dark Machines data challenges stimulated innovation in the use of machine learning to search for new physics, write Benjamin Nachman and Melissa van Beekveld.