Ivo van Vulpen’s popular book isn’t an airy pamphlet cashing in on the 2012 discovery, but a realistic representation of what it’s like to be a particle physicist.
Steven Weinberg has penned a concise account of the foundations of astrophysics of permanent value, writes our reviewer.
Andrew Larkoski's new textbook will inspire lecturers to a more conceptual approach to teaching, says our reviewer.
Cossairt and Quinn’s new book is a comprehensive compendium for radiation-protection professionals working at accelerators, says Stefan Roesler
Young Suh Kim and Marilyn Noz’s book may struggle to find its audience, says Nikolaos Rompotis.
Albert De Roeck reviews The State of the Art of Neutrino Physics: A Tutorial for Graduate Students and Young Researchers.
Renowned accelerator physicist Gregory Loew has written an insightful book of truly ambitious scope, writes our reviewer.
French actor Irène Jacob's novel is an intimate portrait of life as the daughter of a renowned theoretical physicist, writes James Gillies.
Aashild Sørheim's book presents new documentary evidence on the wartime life of an engineer who had a seminal impact on accelerator physics, writes Kurt Hübner.
Michel Claessens’ new book ITER: The Giant Fusion Reactor unfolds 40 years of the history of nuclear fusion, says Lucio Rossi.