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2016—an exceptional year for the LHC
PHYS.ORG It's the particles' last lap of the ring. On 5 December 2016, protons and lead ions circulated in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) for the last time. At exactly 6.02am, the experiments recorded their last collisions... 1 day
2016 an exceptional year for the lhc 2016: an exceptional year for the LHC
CERN This proton-lead ion collision in the ATLAS detector produced a top quark – the heaviest quark – and its antiquark (Image: ATLAS)... 1 day
new results from lhcb at the ckm workshop New results from LHCb at the CKM workshop
CERN a clear enhancement around the Bc+ mass in the D0 and K meson invariant mass spectrum. The contribution of the... 2 days
Cooling technique helps researchers 'target' a major component for a new collider
PHYS.ORG Although a lot of time and effort in particle physics are devoted to finding ways to increase the energy of certain experiments, sometimes it... 2 days
in practice what do data analysts do all day In Practice: What do data analysts do all day?
CERN Kathryn Coldham, Kate Kahle, Harriet Jarlett CMS physicist Nadjieh Jafari switched from theoretical to experimental physics early on... 5 days
a new ring to slow down antimatter A new ring to slow down antimatter
CERN Corinne Pralavorio Vue d'ensemble de l’anneau de décélération ELENA de 30 mètres de circonférence You could mistake ELENA for a miniature accelerator.... 1 week
Meet TIM, the LHC tunnel's robot
PHYS.ORG The name's TIM, Robot TIM – meet the spy patrolling the 27-km tunnel of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). TIM, the Train Inspection Monorail, is a mini vehicle transporting a set of instruments along tracks suspended... 1 week
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THE VERGE CERN’s Large Hadron Collider... 2 weeks
meet tim the lhc tunnel s robot Meet TIM, the LHC tunnel’s robot
CERN VIDEO Video: Noemi Caraban/Ronaldus Suykerbuyk/Christoph Madsen/CERN The name’s TIM, Robot TIM – meet the spy patrolling the 27-km tunnel of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).... 2 weeks
na64 hunts the mysterious dark photon NA64 hunts the mysterious dark photon
CERN VIDEO Stefania Pandolfi An overview of the NA64 experimental set-up at CERN. NA64 hunts down dark photons, hypothetic dark matter particles. (Image: Maximilien Brice/CERN) One... 2 weeks
a new approach for global access to radiation therapy A new approach for global access to radiation therapy
CERN Virginia Greco Participants to the CERN-hosted Design Characteristics of a Novel Linear Accelerator for Challenging Environments workshop, held... 2 weeks
In Practice: What ingredients make the best physicists?
CERN Harriet Jarlett “I spend most of my time in front of the computer! Programming, skyping students and at meetings too. Meetings require a careful trade-off, if you go to all the meetings... 2 weeks
New clues emerge in 30-year-old superconductor mystery
SCIENCE DAILY One of the greatest mysteries of experimental physics is how so-called high-temperature superconducting materials work. Despite their name, high-temperature superconductors operate at chilly temperatures less than minus 135 degrees Celsius. They can be used... 2 weeks
New clues emerge in 30-year-old superconductor mystery
PHYS.ORG One of the greatest mysteries of experimental physics is how so-called high-temperature superconducting materials work. Despite their name, high-temperature superconductors—materials that carry electrical current with no resistance—operate at chilly temperatures less than minus 135... 2 weeks
India to become Associate Member State of CERN
CERN The CERN Director General and the Secretary of the Department of Atomic Energy of the Government of India sign the agreement admitting India to CERN as an Associate Member. (Photo: CERN) Today,... 2 weeks
Smallest LHC experiment has cosmic outing
PHYS.ORG Roughly once a year, the smallest Large Hadron Collider (LHC) experiment, LHC-forward (LHCf), is taken out of its dedicated storage on the site near the ATLAS experiment, reinstalled in the LHC tunnel, and put to use... 2 weeks
Smallest LHC experiment has cosmic outing
CERN Harriet Jarlett LHCf is the smallest of the six official LHC experiments. Each of the two detectors weighs only 40 kilograms and measures 30 cm long by 60 cm high and 10 cm wide. (Image: Lorenzo... 3 weeks
Physicists at Mainz University construct prototype for new component of the ATLAS detector
PHYS.ORG One of the largest projects being undertaken at the CERN research center near Geneva - the ATLAS Experiment - is about to... 3 weeks
In practice: Are physicists architects of science?
CERN Corinne Pralavorio Barbara Storaci became fascinated in particle physics at the age of 11 , when she was intrigued by an incomplete answer given by her teacher. This started her out on an academic... 3 weeks
LHC begins colliding proton beams with beams made up of heavy ions
PHYS.ORG Following seven successful months of colliding proton beams with each other in the search for new fundamental particles, the LHC today began colliding proton... 4 weeks
Simulations show swirling rings, whirlpool-like structure in subatomic 'soup'
PHYS.ORG At its start, the universe was a superhot melting pot that very briefly served up a particle soup resembling a "perfect," frictionless fluid. Scientists have recreated this "soup," known as... 4 weeks
Lead ion and proton: Close encounters of the third kind
CERN Harriet Jarlett Proton-lead collisions from the 2013 run sent showers of particles through the ALICE detector (Image: CERN) Following seven successful months of colliding proton beams with each... 4 weeks
Linac 4 reached its energy goal
PHYS.ORG CERN's new linear accelerator (Linac 4) has now accelerated a beam up to its design energy, 160 MeV. This important milestone of the accelerator's commissioning phase took place on 25 October. 4 weeks
Linac 4 reached its energy goal
CERN Stefania Pandolfi Linac 4 during its installation in 2015. This photo was taken as part of the 2015 Photowalk competition (Image: Federica Piccinni/CERN) CERN’s new linear accelerator (Linac 4) has now accelerated a beam up to... 1 month
CERN at the beginning of everything
CERN The beginning of everything exhibition opened in Vienna this month with an event attended by Professor Peter Higgs. (Image: NHMWien) The beginning of everything is a new exhibition that opened this month in Vienna. It hopes... 1 month
TEDxCERN creates ‘ripples of curiosity’
CERN Sarah Charley The fourth TEDxCERN will be simultaneously webcast around the world at 50 locations. (Image: TEDxCERN) CERN hosts its fourth TEDxCERN event with the theme “Ripples of Curiosity.” TEDxCERN is an annual conference which features bold talks... 1 month
CERN experiment improves precision of antiproton mass measurement with new innovative cooling technique
PHYS.ORG In a paper published today in the journal Science, the ASACUSA experiment at CERN reported new precision measurement of the mass of... 1 month
ASACUSA improves measurement of antiproton mass
CERN The ASACUSA experiment at CERN today reported new precision measurement of the mass of the antiproton relative to that of the electron. (Image: Sophia Bennett/ CERN) In a paper published yesterday in the journal Science, the... 1 month
Scientists set traps for atoms with single-particle precision
PHYS.ORG Atoms, photons, and other quantum particles are often capricious and finicky by nature; very rarely at a standstill, they often collide with others of their kind. But if such particles can be... 1 month
Electron kaleidoscope: New technique visualizes multiple objects in many colors
PHYS.ORG Electron microscopy (EM), which uses particle beams of accelerated electrons to interrogate specimens, has long been a leading technology for revealing the shape and structure of the tiniest... 1 month
“On Track”, Issue 2: the latest news for AIDA-2020
CERN The second issue of “On Track”, the AIDA-2020 EU project newsletter, is now available online. In this issue: the journey of the beam telecscope built for the AIDA-2020 project; the... 1 month
'Man-made stars' could help fight cancer
Sky News A new particle accelerator dubbed SPIRAL2 that could boost cancer treatment and provide safer nuclear energy is to be unveiled. 1 month
French particle accelerator to embark on 'exotic' quest
PHYS.ORG Long thought to be the smallest building blocks of all matter, we now know atoms are themselves composed of electrons spinning around a nucleus made of protons and neutrons. 1 month
Physicists Leapfrog Accelerators with Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays
ASTRO WATCH An international team of physicists has developed a pioneering approach to using Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays (UHECRs)—the highest energy particles in nature since the Big Bang—to study particle interactions far beyond the... 1 month
Factors promoting growth of cryoconite granule formation and glacial/ice sheet melting
PHYS.ORG Cryoconite granules (see Figure 1) are dark, millimeter-sized aggregations of bacteria and algae, mineral particles and organic matter that form on the surface of glaciers. They... 1 month
Physicists leapfrog accelerators with ultrahigh energy cosmic rays
PHYS.ORG An international team of physicists has developed a pioneering approach to using Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays (UHECRs)—the highest energy particles in nature since the Big Bang—to study particle interactions far beyond the... 1 month
Physicists leapfrog accelerators with ultrahigh energy cosmic rays
SCIENCE DAILY An international team of physicists has developed a pioneering approach to using Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays (UHECRs)—the highest energy particles in nature since the Big Bang—to study particle interactions far beyond the... 1 month
CLOUD experiment sharpens climate predictions
CERN Matthew Chalmers Data from CLOUD has been used to build a model of aerosol production, which could help researchers establish the main cause of new particle formation in the troposphere, and narrow predictions for global temperature rise (Image:... 1 month
Help advertise CERN’s science and technology at IEEE
CERN Anaïs Rassat The Institute for Electric and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference 2016 (NSS/MIC) will take place in Strasbourg, France from 29 October to 6 November. CERN will have... 1 month
New Particle May Hide in Old Atom-Smasher Data
LIVE SCIENCE A study of some old data from a 1990s-era particle-accelerator experiment could be a hint at new physics. Or it could be a fluke. 1 month
A maturing OpenStack looks to the future
TechCrunch  OpenStack, the open source cloud computing platform that allows enterprises to essentially run their own version of AWS in their data centers, was founded by NASA and Rackspace in 2010. Today, it’s being used... 1 month
How an army of engineers battles contamination and sleep deprivation to take Large Hadron Collider to new heights
PHYS.ORG The Large Hadron Collider at CERN is the world's largest particle accelerator,... 2 months
Ripples in space key to understanding cosmic rays
PHYS.ORG In a new study researchers at the Swedish Institute of Space Physics have used measurements from NASA's MMS (Magnetospheric MultiScale) satellites to reveal that there are ripples, or surface waves, moving along... 2 months
Study shows particle collisions may explain overheated circuits, improve thermoelectric devices
PHYS.ORG In the coming years, as more transistors are packed into ever smaller areas within computer chips, MIT engineers say cellphones, laptops, and other electronic devices may... 2 months
Electron-phonon interactions affect heat dissipation in computer chips
MIT Study shows particle collisions may explain overheated circuits, improve thermoelectric devices. 2 months
ARTS AT CERN announces three new open calls for artists
CERN The 2016 ACCELERATE artists, Aisha Juma from UAE and Julijonas Urbonas from Lithuania have just begun their one-month residency (Image: Sophia Bennett/CERN) Today, ARTS AT CERN has launched... 2 months
UNOSAT: 15 years of humanitarian mapping
CERN Anaïs Schaeffer Members of UNOSAT work satellite image of Haiti in October 2016 to assess the damage of Hurricane Matthew. (Image: Maximilien Brice/CERN) CERN’s powerful IT infrastructure is useful for fields other than fundamental research. For... 2 months
Trees are much better at creating clouds and cooling the climate than we thought
PHYS.ORG The pre-industrial atmosphere contained more particles, and so brighter clouds, than we previously thought. This is the latest finding of... 2 months
SNS accelerator celebrates 10 years of leading the way
PHYS.ORG The first of its kind superconducting linear particle accelerator (LINAC) built for the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS) at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory is now celebrating 10... 2 months
The incredible shrinking particle accelerator
SCIENCE DAILY A new data analysis/visualization toolkit is designed to help speed particle accelerator research and design by enabling in situ visualization and analysis of accelerator simulations at scale. 2 months
Meet TIM, the LHC tunnel’s robot
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