Matthew Chalmers

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

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Connecting the smallest and largest scales

The first edition of the EuCAPT annual symposium on 5-7 May saw hundreds of physicists discuss the latest opportunities and challenges in theoretical astroparticle physics and cosmology

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Physics
10 May, 2021

AEgIS on track to test free fall of antimatter

New technique for producing antihydrogen atoms is important milestone for measuring influence of gravity on antimatter

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Experiments
11 February, 2021
Experiments
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11 February, 2021

CERN meets quantum technology

The CERN Quantum Technology Initiative will explore the potential of devices harnessing perplexing quantum phenomena such as entanglement to enrich and expand its challenging research programme

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Computing
30 September, 2020
Computing
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30 September, 2020

CERN’s neutrino success story

The CERN Neutrino Platform has proved a major success in enabling European participation in long-baseline neutrino projects in the US and Japan

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Physics
04 August, 2020
Physics
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04 August, 2020

Particle physicists formulate future of the field

This week’s drafting session marks key discussions for the update of the European Strategy for Particle Physics

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Knowledge sharing
20 January, 2020
Knowledge sharing
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20 January, 2020

Briefing book for European Strategy for Particle Physics

The newly published book distils inputs from Europe’s particle physics community

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At CERN
02 October, 2019

Enabling hadron therapy in south-east Europe

A new facility following the founding principles of CERN begins its design phase

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Knowledge sharing
24 September, 2019
Knowledge sharing
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24 September, 2019

Sixty years of the CERN Courier

The magazine has published over 600 issues and now reaches tens of thousands of readers

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Knowledge sharing
05 August, 2019
Knowledge sharing
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05 August, 2019

Report reveals full reach of LHC programme

A 1000+ page report quantifies the physics potential of the High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider

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Physics
19 March, 2019

Web at 30: celebrating a culture of openness

As the Web turns 30, particle physics continues to blaze a trail in open science

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Computing
15 March, 2019

Plasma lenses promise smaller accelerators

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Accelerators
14 December, 2018
Accelerators
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14 December, 2018

Untangling the origin of string theory

Half a century ago, theorist Gabriele Veneziano visited CERN and wrote a paper that wound up marking the beginning of string theory

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Physics
28 November, 2018
Physics
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28 November, 2018