— An animation made with TED-Ed to explain what dark matter is and how CERN is looking for it
— Physicists from ATLAS at CERN have found first direct evidence of high energy light-by-light scattering
— With the LHC now back smashing protons together at an energy of 13 TeV, what exotic beasts do physicists hope to find?
— The first antiproton beam has been successfully injected and circulated into ELENA, the Extra Low ENergy Antiproton deceleration ring
— The ALPHA experiment at CERN’s Antiproton Decelerator reports the first observation of the hyperfine structure of antihydrogen
— Exploiting CERN’s know-how in trapping single particles, a team in Heidelberg has found that the proton is lighter than we thought
— The neutrino detector’s road-trip comes to an end as it nestles into its new home near Chicago
— The first African-led experiment has taken place at CERN
— Works have started today, in the USA, for the LBNF facility that will host giant neutrino detectors. Their prototypes are being developed at CERN.
— After installing the third of four cryomodules, the HIE-ISOLDE facility began its 2017 physics run expecting great results
— Follow a drone’s journey as it flies through and over some of CERN’s most interesting sites
— The world’s particle physics community is meeting this week in Venice (Italy) for the EPS International Conference on High Energy Physics
— Laura Couto Rosado, winner of the "Collide Pro Helvetia" prize, looks forward to continuing her three-month residency at CERN
— The chain of accelerators that prepare beams for the LHC also supplies myriad experiments
— The CERN Data Centre passed a major milestone on 29 June 2017 with more than 200 petabytes of data now archived on tape
— The LHCb experiment has reported the observation of a baryon containing two charm quarks and one up quark
— On 4 July 2017, the Republic of Slovenia became an Associate Member State of CERN in pre-stage to Membership
— Five years ago, the ATLAS and CMS collaborations announced the discovery of the Higgs boson
— The Large Hadron Collider has established a new record of luminosity, delivering a huge amount of data to its experiments
— Hélène Langevin-Joliot, physicist and granddaughter of Pierre and Marie Curie, will give a lecture at CERN on 29 June 8.30 p.m. – follow the webcast!