CERN is a world-leading centre for extreme vacuum technology, thanks to a wealth of in-house expertise and a constant flow of challenging projects
Advanced radio-frequency crab cavities are under tests for the high-luminosity LHC upgrade
Niobium–copper accelerating cavities are beginning to challenge their bulk-niobium counterparts
Founded 50 years ago to meet research needs that no single university could provide,
Canada’s premier accelerator laboratory continues to drive discoveries.
Recent meassurements of the decays of B mesons hint at slight deviations form lepton universality
Powerfult linear-accelerator technology developed for fundamental exploration is being transferred to applications beyond high-energy physics
A report calls for radical changes in computing and software to ensure the success of high-energy physics experiments into the 2020s
The BASE collaboration at CERN has measured the antiproton magnetic moment with extraordinary precision.
The ALPHA collaboration has made seminal measurements of antihydrogen’s spectral structure in a bid to test nature’s fundamental symmetries.
If detected, even the tiniest violation of the exclusion principle would revolutionise physics.