Stephen Wolfram reflects on Gell-Mann’s complex character and his rivalry with Richard Feynman.
Tales of colliders contained in 60 illustrious years of CERN Courier offer a rich perspective on the strategic decisions facing the field today.
Harald Fritzsch, who collaborated with Gell-Mann in the early 1970s, describes the steps that led to a full understanding of strong interactions.
Murray Gell-Mann was one of the great geniuses of the 20th century, says Lars Brink, and stands out among other Nobel laureates.
Paolo Chiggiato describes the unparalleled vacuum developments that underpin CERN’s science.
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.