Maria Spiropulu and Michael Turner discuss "EPP-2024", charged with submitting a report on the long-term future of elementary particle physics in the US.
Katy Foraz, head of CERN’s engineering department, on how the prioritisation of individual and collective development is fundamental to long-term success.
The UKAEA Materials Research Facility does the heavy-lifting on materials engineering assurance for emerging fusion technologies.
Renaming the Future Circular Collider as the CERN International Particle Observatory would better reflect the role of colliders as general-purpose tools to do good science, argues Tevong You.
We agree on the physics case. We want the opportunity to access higher energies in our lifetimes. Let’s work together to choose the right path forward, says Karri DiPetrillo.
Science Gateway project leader Patrick Geeraert describes the origins, status and goals of CERN’s new visitor and education centre, due to open in October.
20 years since coining the string-theory "landscape", Leonard Susskind describes the emerging connections between quantum mechanics and gravity.
As long as the aim is to answer nature’s outstanding mysteries, the path is worth following, says Veronica Sanz.
Former UA2 spokesperson Luigi Di Lella recalls the events leading to the discovery of the W and Z bosons at CERN 40 years ago.
Fields medallist Maryna Viazovska explains sphere-packing, its applications to physics, and the relationship between mathematics and reality.