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.
The seed that led CERN to relinquish ownership of the web in 1993 was planted when the Organization formally came into being.
During the next two years of long-shutdown two (LS2), the LHC and its injectors will be tuned up for high-luminosity operations.