— At the 2nd Annual Meeting of CRISP in Switzerland, CERN delegates discussed the IT challenges the laboratory faces to deal with LHC data
— Engineers and technicians have started opening the 14,000-tonne CMS detector, to let detector physicists like David Barney get to work inside
— The ATRAP experiment presents most precise measurement yet of the antiproton magnetic moment
— This month a beam of negative hydrogen ions was injected into the first accelerator module of Linac 4
— A backstage look at the Large Hadron Collider during CERN's first long shutdown
— In preparation for a physics run in 2015, the source for Linac 3 is being adapted to carry argon ions
— The $3 million Fundamental Physics Prize was awarded last night to theorist Alexander Polyakov of Princeton University
— Trainees in Intellectual Property management are meeting CERN experts to exchange knowledge and best practices
— At a ceremony in Geneva hosted by actor Morgan Freeman, the winner of the $3 million Fundamental Physics Prize will be announced
— What happens when a love of CERN and literature meet?
— Watch Jean-Phillipe Tock of the Technology department explain how CERN technicians are upgrading interconnections on the Large Hadron Collider
— The inaugural Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering went to five engineers whose work led to the internet and the World Wide Web
— Eighty years ago today, Physical Review published a paper by Carl Anderson announcing the discovery of the positron – the electron’s antiparticle
— With two and a half times more data analysed than in July last year, ATLAS and CMS find that the new particle looks more and more like a Higgs boson
— The ATLAS collaboration has just released four animations showing how signals of new particles can emerge from LHC collision data
— The LHCb experiment at CERN reports precise new measurements—but leaves open the question of why our matter-dominated universe exists
— Objects as large as a planet or as small as a photon can have the property of spin. Spin is also the reason we can watch movies in 3D.
— Physicists speaking today at the Moriond conference say that the new particle discovered at CERN last year is looking more and more like a Higgs boson
— On 1 March, UN’s Secretary-General visited CERN first since the Organization was granted Observer status at the UN General Assembly last December.
— On 1 March, the ATLAS Collaboration welcomed a new spokesperson, Dave Charlton, and two new deputy spokespersons, Thorsten Wengler and Beate Heinemann