Nb3Sn accelerator magnets for the high-luminosity LHC are a springboard to future fundamental exploration, writes Luca Bottura.
A high-energy muon collider is receiving renewed attention as a possible frontier-exploration machine.
With its new cooling system in place, the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer continues its quest to understand the origin of cosmic rays.
Researchers at Diamond Light Source and other synchrotron facilities are using intense X-rays to decipher the biochemical and structural makeup of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Activities are gathering pace at two sites in Europe where the Einstein Telescope, a proposed next-generation gravitational-wave observatory, may be built.
The LHC’s physics programme has transformed our understanding of elementary particles, writes Michelangelo Mangano.
Ten years on from the LHC's first high-energy collisions, Mark Rayner interviews some of the foremost detector experts on what it took to keep the experiments fighting fit.
Bringing the LHC to life and steering it beyond its design performance has been a rollercoaster journey for those at the helm, describes Mike Lamont.
The outreach project Tactile Collider is changing the way particle physicists engage with visually impaired people, writes founder Rob Appleby.
The Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino experiment has begun its seven-year-long programme to determine the absolute value of the neutrino mass.