Christine Sutton

Based in the communications group at CERN until 2015 when she retired, Christine Sutton was the editor of the CERN Courier from 2003.

Ghosts in the machine

23 Aug 2016 | Update - For scientists | Christine Sutton | Christine Sutton describes the pioneering 1956 experiment that proved the existence of the neutrino

ALICE investigates 'snowballs in hell'

22 Sep 2015 | Update - For scientists | Christine Sutton | How is it that loosely bound objects are observed in high-energy nuclear collisions? The ALICE collaboration finds out

The Mu2e experiment: a rare opportunity

15 Jun 2015 | Update - For scientists | Christine Sutton | A new experiment at Fermilab will look for the neutrinoless transformation of a muon into an electron

Chronicles of CMS: the saga of LS1

13 May 2015 | Update - For scientists | Christine Sutton | Austin Ball of the CMS collaboration looks back at the vast amount of work done during LS1 and some of the challenges that arose along the way

Long-distance neutrinos

23 Apr 2015 | Update - For scientists | Christine Sutton | An international approach for a new 1000 km experiment

Working with quarkonium

22 Apr 2015 | Update - For scientists | Christine Sutton | The Quark Working Group highlights unsolved problems, discusses the latest data, and suggests new analyses in quarkonium physics

First measurement of ionization potential of lawrencium

9 Apr 2015 | Update - For scientists | Christine Sutton | A team in Japan has used advanced ISOL techniques to measure the energy needed to remove an electron from lawrencium, which lives for only 27 seconds

A luminous future for the LHC

13 Mar 2015 | Update - For scientists | Christine Sutton | Work continues apace for the high-luminosity upgrade for the LHC 10 years from now

ARIEL’s first steps towards rare-isotope excellence

17 Feb 2015 | Update - For scientists | Christine Sutton | Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics has started a new future in rare isotopes

CMS: final Run 1 results on the Higgs boson

27 Jan 2015 | Update - For scientists | Christine Sutton | The CMS collaboration recently completed the full Run 1 data analysis in each of the most important channels for the decay and production of the Higgs

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