The great depth and cleanliness of SNOLAB allows the study of extremely rare interactions and weak processes.
Linac2, the machine that feeds CERN’s accelerator complex with protons, has entered a well-deserved retirement after 40 years of service.
Two independent groups are going to Earth’s extremes to make unprecedented measurements for physics, education and the environment.
The first high-energy fourth-generation synchrotron X-ray source takes shape at the ESRF in Grenoble
the wining entries of the 2018 Global Physics Photowall competition
Founded in 2014 at the time of CERN’s 60th birthday, the Beamline for Schools competition inspires and trains the youngest researchers in science.
"People say that string theory doesn’t make predictions, but that’s simply not true."
A PET detector based on plastic scintillators offers whole-body imaging in addition to precision tests of fundamental symmetries.
The National Academy of Sciences in the US finds a compelling scientific case for an advanced collider that would reveal how visible matter emerges from fundamental quarks and gluons.
The African Institute for Mathematical Sciences is part of a pan-African model for sustainable development.