During the long shutdown of CERN’s accelerators, the ALICE experiment at the LHC is removing and refurbishing or replacing the majority of its detectors
The SPS radiofrequency acceleration system is being enhanced with a new technology: solid-state amplifiers
In the first of our series of articles on work done during LS2, we focus on the second link in the accelerator chain, the PS Booster
Tests carried out in 2018 on two crab cavities in the SPS validated their technical principle and many operating parameters
One of the three border posts on the CERN site is back in its usual place. These posts bear testimony to fragments of CERN’s history.
A series of visits were organised in November to help discover horse-logging at CERN
After 40 years of service, the linear accelerator has shut down and passed the baton to Linac4, which will take over as the first link in the accelerator chain
The first collisions of lead nuclei mark the start of the latest LHC heavy-ion run
The LHC’s proton run came to an end on Wednesday 24 October with an excellent result of 160 fb-1 of data accumulated since the start of 2015
Halfway between launch and start-up, what is the status of the High-Luminosity LHC project?
Studies on beam adjustment and new components are being conducted in preparation for future LHC runs
CERN’s physicists reveal the research behind the scenes during Researchers’ Night