The book “Well, Doc, You’re In” is a fascinating glimpse within Dyson's vast and diverse legacy.
"Collision – Stories from the Science of CERN" is a highly readable anthology built on the idea of teaming up great writers with great scientists.
This interesting book also gives a good impression of how particle physics and physicists functioned over the past 70 years.
Andrew Larkoski's new book on quantum mechanics has an intuitive style which is not easy to find in similar titles.
The book "New Physics in b decays" offers a pedagogical approach for early-career researchers.
Martin Bauer encourages anyone who is interested in fundamental physics to read "The Biggest Ideas in the Universe: space, time, and motion" by Sean Carroll.
Honouring the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Nobel prize, the Swedish embassy in Bern collaborated with CERN for an event connecting physics and music.
"Artificial Intelligence for High Energy Physics" showcases neat projects and detailed applications, finds Andreas Salzburger.
Annecy exhibition connected the artist’s sketchbook and the physicist’s collider as arenas where the invisible is made visible.
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.