Matthew Chalmers

Matthew is the editor of the CERN Courier. He joined CERN in May 2016.

The Large Hadron Collider: 10 years and counting

10 Sep 2018 | Update - For the public | Matthew Chalmers | Ten years ago, protons circulated CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) for the first time, marking the end of years of design and construction

The CERN Courier is evolving

23 Jul 2018 | Update - For CERN people | Matthew Chalmers | Give your feedback to help guide the Courier’s evolution, both in print and online, via an online survey

Call for input to the European Strategy update

27 Apr 2018 | Update - For CERN people | Matthew Chalmers | The European Strategy for Particle Physics, which is due to be updated by May 2020, will guide the direction of the field to the mid-2020s and beyond

CERN meets industry at the Big Science Business Forum

5 Mar 2018 | Update - For the public | Matthew Chalmers | Panagiotis Charitos | The world’s first Big Science Business Forum gathered 18 of the most advanced big-science organisations together to meet European companies

Particle physics on the brain

30 Jan 2018 | Update - For the public | Matthew Chalmers | Methods from theoretical physics are shedding light on the brain’s circuitry

CLEAR prospects for accelerator research

1 Nov 2017 | Update - For CERN people | Matthew Chalmers | A new user facility, the CERN Linear Electron Accelerator for Research (CLEAR), hosts accelerator research and development projects

ATLAS and CMS join forces to tackle top-quark asymmetry

20 Oct 2017 | Update - For the public | Matthew Chalmers | Henry Bennie | Top marks for the Standard Model as LHC experiments ATLAS and CMS study the subtle behaviour of the heaviest particle

LHC rocks the seesaw model

26 Sep 2017 | Update - For the public | Matthew Chalmers | CMS experiment delves into the mystery of neutrino masses

Hunting season at the LHC

10 Aug 2017 | Update - For the public | Matthew Chalmers | Stefania Pandolfi | With the LHC now back smashing protons together at an energy of 13 TeV, what exotic beasts do physicists hope to find?

CERN know-how helps weigh the proton

2 Aug 2017 | Update - For the public | Matthew Chalmers | Exploiting CERN’s know-how in trapping single particles, a team in Heidelberg has found that the proton is lighter than we thought

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