New political landscapes make international organisations in science more vital than ever, argues John Womersley.
New technologies can be used to give every human being secure and sovereign control over their own digital identity, argues Monique Morrow.
We have conquered the easiest challenges in fundamental physics, says Nima Arkani-Hamed. The case for building the next major collider is now more compelling than ever.
As the second update of the European Strategy for Particle Physics gets under way, Tatsuya Nakada reflects on the experience of the previous update in 2013.
The last few years have seen an explosion of ideas concerning naturalness, but we’re only at the beginning of our understanding, says theorist Nathaniel Craig.
It is high time we addressed the low representation of women in high-energy theoretical physics, says Marika Taylor.
There will be no universal quantum computer on which we will be able to compile our C++ code and then magically run it faster, explains Federico Carminati.
As the EPS turns 50, building scientific bridges across political divides remains as vital as ever, argues Rüdiger Voss.
Lucio Rossi recounts how, in contrast to the LHC, HL-LHC has been a partnership with other institutions since the very beginning.
CERN's Albert De Roeck explains how, 20 years since the discovery of neutrino oscillations, a complete understanding is within our grasp.