The tracking systems of the ATLAS, LHCb and CMS experiments are undergoing complete replacements to prepare for the extreme operating conditions of future LHC runs.
Frontier instruments like the LHC and its detectors not only push back the boundaries of our knowledge, but also catalyse innovative technology for medical applications, writes Manuela Cirilli.
The recently installed, upgraded ALICE inner tracking system is the largest pixel detector ever built and the first at the LHC to use monolithic active pixel sensors.
Launched in February 2019, the European Union project ESCAPE is making strides towards an open scientific analysis infrastructure for particle physics and astronomy.
Eduard Boos and Victor Savrin look back at 75 years of developments at Russia’s Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics.
Marco Calviani describes major upgrades to the beam-intercepting devices that lie at the heart of CERN’s accelerator complex.
The ALICE experiment is making strides towards understanding how charm and beauty quarks flow within cooling droplets of quark–gluon plasma at the LHC, shedding light on the extreme conditions of th...
To confidently discover new physics in the muon g−2 anomaly requires that data-driven and lattice-QCD calculations of the Standard-Model value agree, write Thomas Blum, Luchang Jin and Christoph Leh...
Experiments such as MADMAX, IAXO and ALPS II are expanding the search for axions and other weakly interacting ‘slim’ particles that could hail from far above the TeV scale.
The International Linear Collider is the most technologically established Higgs-factory proposal.