— An elaborate nano-workstation for 3D imaging at CERN gives insights into what lies beneath the surface of materials
— The first of the 28 radio-frequency cavities for the PS Booster’s new acceleration system is ready
— EPS-HEP covered a great range of topics and showed that the various disciplines that make up fundamental physics are coming closer and closer together
— The first MERIT exercise has been underway since December 2016 and, as we near its final stages, now is a good time to look at initial results
— The new LHCb spokesperson shares his vision for his three-year long mandate
— Hélène Langevin-Joliot, physicist and granddaughter of Pierre and Marie Curie, visited CERN at the end of June
— Some ideas to identify sophisticated spam
‘A team of scientists heated a pan of water to a high temperature. Then they tried to put a live frog into it. The frog jumped out immediately. A second frog was put in a pan of cold water that was gradually heated to boiling. That frog never tried to jump. It was boiled to death.’ This parable was...
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