Taking shape on the Mediterranean seabed, the vast KM3NeT telescope promises to open a new vista on the neutrino’s properties.
The latest Snowmass community planning exercise revealed the great opportunities present in the US and the connections to programmes in the rest of the world.
What drives us to commit so much effort to outreach and public engagement? First of all, we love doing it, says chair of the International Particle Physics Outreach Group, Steve Goldfarb.
Crystal collimation, which makes use of a phenomenon called planar channelling, is key to handling the more intense beams at Run 3 and the High-Luminosity LHC.
The ILL is positioning neutron science as a natural extension of industry’s R&D and innovation pipeline. Caroline Boudou and Mark Johnson share the lessons for other large-scale facilities.
From equipment procurement to knowledge-transfer initiatives, Giovanni Anelli, Anders Unnervik and Marzena Lapka provide a high-level tour of CERN’s unique innovation ecosystem.
Djamschid Safi explains how big science is helping European companies to fast-track the development of innovative products, services and applications.
Recent progress in understanding thorium’s nuclear structure could enable an ultra-accurate nuclear clock with applications in fundamental physics.
The CERN-developed simulator “Molflow” has become the de-facto industry standard for ultra-high-vacuum simulations, with applications ranging from chip manufacturing to the exploration of the Mart...
A new CMS subdetector – the Precision Proton Spectrometer (PPS) – allows the electroweak sector of the Standard Model to be probed in regions so far unexplored.