Welcome to the latest issue of CERN Courier

The largest tokamak ever built (November/December cover) is currently being assembled at the ITER fusion experiment, which is on track to determine the integrated technologies, materials and physics regimes necessary for the commercial production of fusion-based electricity. Meanwhile at CERN, final preparations for Run 3 such as the installation of the new ATLAS muon end-cap wheels are being made across the experiments and accelerator complex. Also in the issue: a tribute to the great Steven Weinberg; precision luminosity measurements at CMS; the SKA project enters construction; counting down to the next collider; stirrings in the world of sterile neutrinos; the latest meeting reports; reviews; careers and more.

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