— On Thursday 26 April 2018 at 4pm CEST, join the CERN Facebook live from our unique Antiproton Decelerator
— After several years of preparatory work, the first crab cavity prototypes have been installed in the SPS tunnel and are ready for testing
— Experiments resume at CERN’s second-largest accelerator, the Super Proton Synchrotron
— The Large Hadron Collider has initiated the collision of proton beams for the first time this year
— The ALPHA experiment at CERN has measured a light-induced transition in antihydrogen with unprecedented precision
— It’s no yolk: the LHCb experiment has discovered the smallest lump of glue that holds matter together.
— Protons have been circulating in the Large Hadron Collider since Friday 30 March, marking the start of the machine’s seventh year of operation
— The NA62 experiment has observed a candidate event of an ultra-rare charged kaon decay
— This year is the European year of cultural heritage, but what does particle physics have to do with art? More than you might think.
— Artists from all over the world are invited to spend time at CERN and work alongside particle physicists and engineers
— ATLAS and CMS present new measurements of the properties of the Higgs boson
— Theoretical physicist, Stephen Hawking, has died on 14 March aged 76.
— As CERN’s winter shutdown draws to a close, watch this video to see what has been going on underground
— A project called PUMA aims to transport antimatter from one CERN facility to another in order to investigate exotic nuclear phenomena
— The world’s first Big Science Business Forum gathered 18 of the most advanced big-science organisations together to meet European companies
— Join our scientists live from the Large Hadron Collider tunnel today, 28 February 2018, at 4pm on Facebook
— After two decades of design and construction, CERN’s newest accelerator, Linac4, is on its way to join the LHC injection chain
— In 1968, Georges Charpak invented the Nobel prize-winning multiwire proportional chamber pushing particle physics detection into the electronic era
— The LHC shows its teeth each time protons misbehave
— In a paper published today in the European Physical Journal C, the ATLAS Collaboration reports the first high-precision measurement of W boson mass