Matthew Chalmers

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

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

LHCb flavour anomalies continue to intrigue

7 Jun 2017 | Update - For scientists | Matthew Chalmers | Two papers published today in Nature review recent flavour measurements from the LHCb experiment that are at odds with theoretical predictions

CLOUD experiment sharpens climate predictions

27 Oct 2016 | Update - For the public | Matthew Chalmers | Measurements of the production rates of atmospheric aerosol particles by CERN’s CLOUD experiment put global climate projections on more solid ground

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