Steven Weinberg is among the very few individuals who, during the course of the history of civilisation, have radically changed the way we look at the universe.
This week, at the 37th International Cosmic Ray Conference, space- and ground-based detectors unveiled new cosmic-ray anisotropy measurements from GeV to tens of EeV.
Latvia is the third of the Baltic States to join CERN in recent years after Lithuania and Estonia, and first became involved with CERN activities in the early 1990s.
A recent measurement by the LHCb collaboration has confirmed the measured lifetime of the doubly strange Ωc0.
The ATLAS collaboration has uncovered the first strong evidence to support the existence of one of the most spectacular processes accessible at the LHC.
Amalia Ballarino of CERN has received the 2021 James Wong Award from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Recent detection from LHAASO provides the first clear evidence of the presence of galactic “pevatrons”.
In an attempt to shed light on the neutron-lifetime puzzle, a team at Japan’s KEK laboratory in collaboration with Japanese universities has developed a new experimental setup.
Gerd Beyer’s work on the production of radiopharmaceuticals saved innumerable lives.
The ALICE collaboration has compared the production of strange neutral baryons and mesons inside and outside of charged-particle jets.