Ten years on from the LHC's first high-energy collisions, Mark Rayner interviews some of the foremost detector experts on what it took to keep the experiments fighting fit.
Bringing the LHC to life and steering it beyond its design performance has been a rollercoaster journey for those at the helm, describes Mike Lamont.
The outreach project Tactile Collider is changing the way particle physicists engage with visually impaired people, writes founder Rob Appleby.
The Karlsruhe Tritium Neutrino experiment has begun its seven-year-long programme to determine the absolute value of the neutrino mass.
Explaining the bizarre pattern of fermion types and masses has led theorists to suggest that the “flavour scale” could be at a much lower energy than previously thought.
Some 75,000 members of the public took part in the CERN Open Days on 14 and 15 September.
CERN's Graeme Stewart tours six decades of computing milestones in high-energy physics and describes the immense challenges ahead in taming data from future experiments.
The world’s largest optical/near-infrared telescope, the Extremely Large Telescope, under construction in Chile, will bring mysteries such as dark energy into focus.
Oliver James describes the visual effects which produced the black hole in Interstellar.
FPGAs can now be programmed in C++ and Java, bringing machine learning and complex algorithms within the scope of trigger-level analysis.