What a proton is depends on how you look at it, or rather on how hard you hit it.
Recent experimental results hint that some electroweak processes are not lepton-flavour independent.
John Campbell recounts the events leading to Ernest Rutherford’s discovery of the proton, published in 1919.
The MEG II experiment is preparing to probe the muon’s flavour-violating decay to a positron and a photon with unprecedented sensitivity.
Former CERN physicist Christian Fabjan takes a whirlwind tour of 60 years of innovation in particle-detection technology at CERN and beyond.
A strong tradition of innovation and ingenuity shows that, for CERN’s North Area, life really does begin at 40.
Being a scientist in the digital age means being a software producer and a software consumer.
True open science demands more than simply making data available.
The European Commission is embarking on an ambitious project called Plan S to make all scientific publications open access from 2020.
Although high-energy physics has made great strides in providing open access to research publications, we are still in the very early days of open data.