– The September issue takes a look behind the scenes at what underpinned the successful operation of the LHC during this first long run
– With the IceCube and ANTARES telescopes completed, there was plenty to discuss at the second Workshop on Exotic Physics with Neutrino Telescopes
– This week, teams have started X-raying the cryogenic line to examine its condition in detail
– Things are going well in all the laboratory’s accelerators
– Latest results from 10 years of proton–antiproton running.
– The physics of heavy quark–antiquark bound states is a long-standing puzzle, made more intriguing by results from the LHC.
– The Strangeness in Quark Matter 2013 conference is taking place this week until 27 July in Birmingham, UK.
– Work is progressing well on the new access and safety system being deployed across the accelerator chain
– The LHCb Collaboration has just published an important precise measurement of the Λb beauty baryon lifetime
– Viola Sordini of the Universite Claude Bernard-Lyon, France, takes us through searches for new top-quark physics at CMS
– HEPTech organises an academia-industry matching event on "Environmental applications of accelerators"
– The June 2013 issue of Accelerating News, a quarterly publication for the accelerator community, is available
– The preparatory phase in the LHC which includes electrical and leak test is now completed
– In a webcast today at 11am Giovanni De Lellis of INFN will present the latest oscillation results from the OPERA experiment
– The SMACC interconnection train continues to progress in Sector 5-6 of the LHC
– Oscillation effects in the Bs meson system provide a window on physics beyond the Standard Model. Find out more in the webcast at 11am CET
– The first Personnel Access Door of the new PS Complex access system is now operational at the PS Booster
– The 8th Physics Week of the ALICE Collaboration will take place in Padova, Italy, from 19-24 May 2013
– The awards were presented at a conference in Shanghai on 17 May
– Contact the CERN web team editors if you want your experiment to be featured on the CERN homepage