The HERA collider at DESY, Hamburg, has been operating with proton and electron (or positron) beams since it was commissioned in 1991.
The Laboratory of Particle Physics of the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Russia, is celebrating its 10th anniversary.
Almost a century after Einstein introduced the idea of a quantum of light, the photon continues to be a rich field of physics.
Arriving at CERN from Novosibirsk's Budker Institute are magnets for the two transfer lines to feed the LHC collider with protons from the SPS proton synchrotron.
An X-ray equivalent of the Hubble Space Telescope, the Chandra X-ray observatory, was launched on 23 July. Astronomers look forward to a new view of the violent universe with the highest-quality image...
Gemini to see furthest stars Cosmology gains a twin as the first of two new international telescopes starts observations. The Gemini pair will explore the skies in both the northern and southern hemis...
The world's newest particle accelerator Fermilab's 150 GeV main injector officially began its career on 1 June.
CERN's LEP electronpositron collider walked onto the stage for its 1999 season and, after its customary greeting at the Z resonance (45 GeV per beam), impressed the waiting audience by quickly takin...
From 2 to 12 June 1998, AMS was the primary payload of NASA's Space Shuttle Discovery in orbit 400 km above the Earth.
For CERN's new LHC proton collider, superconducting magnets will not be the only super- conducting technology in the 27 km ring.