Novel and established detectors that push technologies to new heights will allow the CMS collaboration to fully exploit the HL-LHC physics potential.
SESAME founder Eliezer Rabinovici describes the story behind this beacon for peaceful international collaboration, what its achievements have been, and what the future holds.
The linear accelerator of the SACLA X-ray free-electron laser is now being used as the beam injector for the storage ring of the SPring-8 synchrotron light source.
India’s research scientists and engineers are driving down the cost of radiotherapy treatment systems while scaling up ambitious R&D efforts on multipurpose proton accelerators.
Pakistan’s domestic effort to scale up commercial production of medical radioisotopes taps into a productive R&D collaboration with CERN’s MEDICIS facility.
China’s Institute of High Energy Physics is looking to establish an internationally recognised centre-of-excellence for accelerator research and technology development.
The Asia-Europe-Pacific School of High-Energy Physics (AEPSHEP) provides a unique learning experience as well as lifelong connections for early-career researchers.
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.