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.
Peter Jenni reviews Konrad Kleinknecht's new book on the interwoven stories of two giants of twentieth century physics.
Malcom Longair has written a monumental account of the Cavendish Laboratory.
117 authors collaborated to write on diverse aspects of the ATLAS project.
Michele Livan and Richard Wigmans have written an up-to-date introduction to both the fundamental physics and the technical parameters.
Karen Olsson's book tours the lives of Simone Weil and her brother, the noted mathematician André Weil.
Tim Radford's new book is a celebration of the best in humanity, built around the successes of CERN, LIGO and most of all the Voyager mission, says James Gillies.