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.
Geoffrey Taylor is chair of the International Committee for Future Accelerators.
Tim Gershon of LHCb argues that apparently harmless academic discussions risk evolving into a negative outlook for the field.
A platform for internationally competitive research in South-East Europe would stimulate the education of young scientists, and reverse the brain drain, says former CERN DG Herwig Schopper.
Knowledge transfer has become an established part of CERN’s programme, says Frédérick Bordry.
There is scant excuse for not helping to educate and inspire the next generation, says CERN Council president Sijbrand de Jong.
Openlab head Alberto Di Meglio explores the ICT challenges that must be tackled over the coming years.