The former HERMES experiment at DESY, a pioneer in unravelling the mysteries of the proton spin, is the protagonist in a new book by Richard Milner and Erhard Steffens.
For the more inquisitive viewer, Parallels offers a chance to explore the often even more incredible ideas explored for real in particle physics.
A fresh glimpse into Fred Reines' life in neutrino physics, as told by his younger cousin Leonard A Cole.
Stuart Raby's book is a useful resource for designing lectures in quantum field theory and physics beyond the Standard Model, writes Martin Bauer.
An informative, attractive and entertaining glossary of all things CERN and particle physics.
Peter Jenni finds a unique and excellent account of particle physics that goes way beyond a description of the LHC project.
This important documentary film raises the often silenced voice of female scientists who have been discriminated against
Massimo Giovannini reviews Steven Weinberg’s last book, his first aimed at undergraduate students.
Hadron form factors: From Basic Phenomenology to QCD Sum Rules is a valuable reference work, writes Amanda Cooper-Sarkar.
Filled with brain-tickling facts about particles and science wonders, Letizia Diamante’s debut book will engage children of all ages.