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.
Steinar Stapnes considers the past, present and future of CERN’s proposed Compact Linear Collider.