— CERN has developed an accelerator just two metres long to be used in hospitals for medical imaging and the treatment of cancer
— The world particle-physics community has convened in Vienna for the 2015 European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics
— Untangle a rare particle decay from the background in LHCb data and you could win up to $7000
— In a new blog series, ATLAS-collaboration members from all over the world share their stories
— CERN researchers performed at the Montreux Jazz Festival in the third annual workshop of ‘The physics of music and the music of physics’
— An agreement that was recently signed between CERN and Sri Lanka will allow more Sri Lankan scientists and teachers to participate in CERN programmes
— The LHCb experiment has observed for the first time particles made up of five quarks.
— After a week of preparations for operation at higher intensity, physics data collection has resumed at the LHC.
— Check out a new podcast from particle physicists Tova Holmes and Laura Jeanty that brings you right to the heart of the ATLAS collaboration
— One week of LHC operation is being devoted to scrubbing the beam pipes to eliminate electron clouds, which can destabilise the beam.
— Google Street Views of many CERN sites are now available directly from Google Maps
— Researchers in Gran Sasso, Italy, have detected a tau neutrino in the muon-neutrino beam from CERN
— Two teams of high-school students have been selected to travel to the laboratory in September
— Physicists are using LHC detector technology to retrieve Native American music from old recordings
— The first planned technical stop of the LHC starts on Monday, with five days of maintenance work scheduled for the accelerator and its experiments.
— From cloud chambers to 3D animations, physicists use a host of ingenious techniques to reveal subatomic particles too tiny to see
— The Large Hadron Collider is colliding particles at unprecedented energy, marking the start of the accelerator's second physics run
— Follow all the action live on our blog "LHC Season 2: New frontiers in physics"
— On 3 June, experiments at the LHC are set to collect their first physics data in two years, marking the start of the accelerator's second run
— The CERN Data Centre has been upgraded to process the huge amounts of data generated by collisions during Run 2 of the LHC, which starts this week