— Results from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS) on the International Space Station will be the focus of the three-day “AMS Days at CERN” meeting
— Last night the LHC operations team successfully circulated a beam at 6.5 TeV - one of many steps before the LHC can deliver collisions to experiments
— With proton beams back in the LHC, operations experts have weeks of work to do before they can collide beams in experiments at the energy of 13 TeV
— The first of the 16 magnetic sectors in the main storage ring of the future light source in Jordan has successfully passed its tests at CERN
— After two years of intense maintenance and consolidation the Large Hadron Collider is back in operation
— The first beams could be circulating in the machine sometime between Saturday and Monday
— Physicists at the European Laboratory for Particle Physics announced today that an invisible Force permeates the universe, binding the galaxy together
— The short circuit to ground delaying the restart of the LHC has been fixed.
— A short circuit in a superconducting dipole magnet is delaying the beam injection in the LHC. Teams are working around the clock to fix the issue
— LHCb physicists today presented their latest analysis of a rare decay, which shows deviations from Standard Model calculations
— Today the ATLAS and CMS experiments presented for the first time a combination of their results on the mass of the Higgs boson
— The 5th edition of the CineGlobe International Film Festival celebrates the theme “Convergence”.
— Watch CERN engineers explain the work during the laboratory's long shutdown to prepare the LHC for running at 13 TeV
— At a web conference in Zurich, @CERN was awarded “Best Swiss Twitter Page 2015”
— Particles were successfully injected into the LHC last weekend, passing through three sectors of the accelerator.
— The Operations team is testing the systems that deliver beams to the Large Hadron Collider in preparation for the start-up this month
— A new documentary made in collaboration with Arts @ CERN explores the overlap between photography and particle physics
— Rajaâ Cherkaoui El Moursli, who leads a research team in Morocco for the ATLAS collaboration, is among this year's laureates
— Vote online now for a Lego replica of the LHC, created by an ATLAS PhD student
— Watch a timelapse video of the huge LHC detectors ALICE, ATLAS, CMS and LHCb preparing to start up again