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A feast of physics to tide us over until Moriond…

CERN has a very rich physics programme not only at the high-energy frontier, let’s take a look at some of the interesting results it’s producing.

Opinion
Physics
27 February, 2018

Particle physics on the brain

Methods from theoretical physics are shedding light on the brain’s circuitry

News
Physics
30 January, 2018
Physics
News
30 January, 18

New APPEC strategy maps future of astroparticle research

Astroparticle Physics European Consortium (APPEC) launches new strategy to guide research priorities over next decade

News
Physics
09 January, 2018

A more precise measurement for antimatter than for matter

The BASE collaboration breaks its own precision measurement record of antiproton’s magnetic moment

News
Physics
19 October, 2017

The science (and showers) of Sudbury Neutrino Observatory

Art McDonald spoke at CERN on the science of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) and SNOLAB

News
Physics
14 September, 2017

Constructive interference: CERN and gravitational waves

CERN scientists welcomed the LIGO/Virgo gravitational waves community to look for synergies for future technologies

News
Physics
04 September, 2017

GBAR’s antiproton decelerator installed

With the connection between ELENA and GBAR already in place, the commissioning of the decelerator with antiprotons is about to begin

News
Physics
30 August, 2017

Webcast: Gravitational waves give new window to cosmos

David Reitze, Director of LIGO, will speak at CERN on how the observation of gravitational waves changes our understanding of the universe

News
Physics
29 August, 2017

TED-Ed: The hunt for dark matter

An animation made with TED-Ed to explain what dark matter is and how CERN is looking for it

News
Physics
17 August, 2017
Physics
News
17 August, 17

Hunting season at the LHC

With the LHC now back smashing protons together at an energy of 13 TeV, what exotic beasts do physicists hope to find?

News
Physics
10 August, 2017
Physics
News
10 August, 17