— The 2015 Nobel Prize for physics rewards the long quest for understanding of the elusive neutrino
— For European Researchers’ night, CERN organised “POPscience” at a local shopping centre.
— Winners of the Beamline for Schools competition perform their experiments at CERN
— In September 1995 physicists at CERN synthesised the first antihydrogen atoms, paving the way for today’s growing antimatter research
— As summer draws to a close, we look forward to the upcoming events at CERN and the surrounding area. Here are just a few of the events in store.
— Dedicated teams of professionals and nature enthusiasts alike are working to preserve the flora and fauna on CERN's diverse sites
— The astroparticle experiment tracks the Sun morning and evening to search for particles of dark matter and dark energy
— Council today announced his election as its 22nd President for a period of one year renewable twice, with a mandate starting on 1 January 2016
— Last month, indie rockers Deerhoof battled with the noise of CERN’s magnet test facility in honour of the LHC’s ramp up to 13 TeV
— A Business Incubation Centre of CERN technologies agreement was signed today in conjunction with the Helsinki Institute of Physics.
— During this week's planned technical stop, engineers modify the electrical system that protects magnet components from high current
— This year the CERN Summer Student Programme welcomed 280 students from 83 countries
— At the 2015 LHCP conference the collaborations presented for the first time combined measurements of many properties of the Higgs boson
— CERN and seven other physics laboratories open their doors to photographers for an international competition
— The CALorimetric Electron Telescope reached the ISS on 24 August. It will perform long-exposure observations of high-energy cosmic radiation
— The LHC Operations team is tackling the challenges of a demanding beam regime with a series of rigorous tests
— The comparison, published today in Nature Physics, conﬁrms a fundamental symmetry of nature to an unprecedented precision for light nuclei
— In a paper published today in Nature, BASE reports the most precise comparison of the charge-to-mass ratio of the proton to the antiproton
— Magnetic shielding technology developed at CERN could protect astronauts from cosmic radiation in space
— Official notification that Pakistan has ratified the Association Agreement arrived at CERN this morning