Welcome to the latest issue of CERN Courier

The vast neutrino telescope KM3NeT taking shape beneath the Mediterranean Sea is about to open a new vista on the neutrino’s properties. Other highlights from the latest issue: HL-LHC civil engineering is complete and new crystal collimators are to be put to the test; US firm aims to commercialise plasma-wakefield accelerators; a new international society for quantum gravity; Snowmass concludes; quantifying the impact of physics on society; 25 years of IPPOG; high-temperature superconductors for a future circular collider; news digest, energy frontiers, field notes, reviews and much more.

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