Collaboration between CERN and UK firm Paragraf could pave the way for more precise measurements of local magnetic fields
The NA64 collaboration has conducted its first search for axions and axion-like particles, targeting an unexplored area
A 3D-printed “super-cube” scintillator would be the first occurrence of additive manufacturing being used in particle detectors and would allow more precise data collection
The CERN Council today announced that it has updated the strategy that will guide the future of particle physics in Europe
Today, the representatives of CERN and of the Government of Estonia signed an Agreement admitting Estonia as an Associate Member in the Pre-Stage to Membership of CERN.
Two teams of high-school students from Switzerland and Germany, have won the 2020 Beamline for Schools competition
At the LHCP conference this year, the ATLAS and CMS experiments presented new results relating to a physics process called vector boson scattering