This new book by Marcello Abbrescia, Vladimir Peskov and Paulo Fonte covers operational principles, latest achievements and a growing list of applications.
Interactive theatre performance What if scientists ruled the world? provided a welcome opportunity for scientists to reflect on how best to communicate their research.
Carlo Rovelli’s Helgoland is a well-written and easy-to-follow exploration of quantum mechanics and its interpretation.
Kolanoski and Wermes' new book is a reference for lectures on experimental methods for postgraduate students, writes our reviewer.
Nils Barrellon’s novel Le Neutrino de Majorana is tailor-made for the entertainment of physicists and physics enthusiasts alike.
Alex Chao has written a lucid and insightful presentation of the principles behind the workings of modern accelerators, says our reviewer.
The Economics of Big Science features 18 contributions that bring the interconnectedness of fundamental science and economics into focus.
José Mestre and Jennifer Docktor offer readers evidence-based strategies to optimise university-level physics teaching.
Andrzej Buras’s new book, Gauge Theory of Weak Decays, is an indispensable travel guide to unexplored territory in weak decays, writes our reviewer.
An independent film by three ATLAS physicists is gaining recognition at independent film festivals worldwide.