The best leaders are those who don’t want to be leaders per se, says experimentalist Ian Shipsey.
CERN’s new quantum technology initiative has the potential to enrich and expand its challenging research programme, says Alberto Di Meglio.
Rolf Heuer argues that large research infrastructures drive economic progress -- and particle physicists have a duty to make this message loud and clear.
CERN’s CLOUD experiment has merged the best of particle physics and atmospheric science into a novel experimental approach, says spokesperson Jasper Kirkby.
The recent closure of reactors means making the most of existing facilities while preparing accelerator-based sources, says Helmut Schober.
Barry Barish speaks to the Courier about his role in turning LIGO into a Nobel Prize-winning machine.
It is a moral imperative for the community to look at ways to reduce its carbon footprint, writes Véronique Boisvert.
John Ellis reflects on 50 years at the forefront of theoretical high-energy physics - and whether the field is ripe for a paradigm shift.
The 2020s will sort current anomalies in fundamental physics into discoveries or phantoms, says Ben Allanach.
In 1997, Juan Maldacena conjectured a deep relationship between gravity and quantum field theory.