Introducing an expert series exploring the past, present and future of the Higgs boson.
If we don’t dare spend money on projects that bring us to the future then we, as Europe, lose a competitive advantage, says Anna Panagopoulou.
Sally Dawson explains how the co-dependence of theory and experiment is driving a deeper understanding of the Higgs boson.
We must all work to ensure that every MWh of energy consumed by CERN brings demonstrable scientific advances, urges Serge Claudet.
Shaping the long-term perspective for neutrino physics at CERN is one of Francesco Lanni's goals as leader of the CERN Neutrino Platform.
Stephon Alexander’s Fear of a Black Universe makes a strong case for deviance in research and academia.
Beate Heinemann describes the latest activities at DESY and the importance of demonstrating the wider benefits of particle physics.
It is vital we highlight the critical links between particle physics and the 2030 UN Agenda for Sustainable Development, says Michel Spiro
Physicists expect to emerge from the Snowmass21 planning exercise with a grand vision for a vibrant US high-energy physics programme over the 10 years starting from 2025.
The veteran theorist explains how the LHC and other recent results have impacted his view on nature.