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7 July 2015 - symmetry
What is dark energy?

7 July 2015 - Chicago Daily Herald
Why Fermilab could blast up campus, shake up Batavia neighbors

6 July 2015 - Financial Times
Physicists brought low by thinking big

5 July 2015 - The Guardian
Has physics cried wolf too often, or do false alarms help build understanding?

3 July 2015 - The Hindu
"Physics is always a gamble"

2 July 2015 - Popular Mechanics
Using particle physics to map what's inside fukushima

1 July 2015 - New Scientist
Hoped-for dark matter flash might instead be the corpses of stars

1 July 2015 - New Scientist
Inside out

1 July 2015 - Nature News & Comment
Reproducibility: Don't cry wolf

1 July 2015 - The New Indian Express
Scientists brainstorm about universe

1 July 2015 - Charleston Post Courier
Small particles, big mysteries

1 July 2015 - International Business Times UK
Big Rip: Universe will pull itself apart in 22 billion years, model predicts

1 July 2015 - Nature Physics (Editorial)
The Universe itself

1 July 2015 - Nature News & Comment
Reproducibility: Don't cry wolf

1 July 2015 - Phys.Org
The cosmic start of lightning

30 June 2015 - Quanta Magazine
Why the Big Bang's light may have a tilt

30 June 2015 - Tech Times
Coil for the Large Hadron Collider passes tests

30 June 2015 - The Epoch Times
4 common misconceptions about quantum physics

29 June 2015 - Black Hills Pioneer
The dawning of DUNE

29 June 2015 - Physics (AIP)
Viewpoint: The Littlest Liquid

29 June 2015 - Cosmos
Recreating the beginning of time

29 June 2015 - Vox
Some physicists believe we're living in a giant hologram — and it's not that far-fetched

29 June 2015 - WIRED
Watch: Black hole sim whips dark matter into a frenzy

28 June 2015 - Asian Tribune
Sri Lanka initiates collaboration with CERN

27 June 2015 - The Guardian
Something to watch for in the new data from the Large Hadron Collider

27 June 2015 - The Sunday Times
Hadron collider to hunt the 'yeti'

25 June 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Neighbors mostly curious about physics experiment at Fermilab

24 June 2015 - Discover Magazine (blog)
Neutrinos' shape-shifting abilities confirmed

24 June 2015 - Tennessee Today
UT-Related NOvA neutrino experiment recognized by US Department of Energy

24 June 2015 - Forbes
All known physics in one meeting

24 June 2015 - International Business Times UK
Dark matter in black holes can produce gamma-ray light, NASA simulation shows

23 June 2015 - Quanta Magazine
The fuzzball fix for a black hole paradox

23 June 2015 - Sky & Telescope
Dark galaxies suffuse the coma cluster

23 June 2015 - Times of India
More than 800 dark galaxies found

23 June 2015 - symmetry
Bringing neutrino research back to India

22 June 2015 - NBCNews.com
Astronomers discover hundreds of weird galaxies filled with dark matter

21 June 2015 - The Hindu
India must look beyond neutrinos

21 June 2015 - The National (UAE)
The theory that may have been stringing scientists along for years

20 June 2015 - From Quarks to Quasars
Science explained: What is the hottest possible temperature?

19 June 2015 - Chicago Tribune
New experiment could make Fermilab leader in physics research — again

19 June 2015 - Pulse
Big data: Uncovering the secrets of our universe at CERN

19 June 2015 - The Hindu
The neutrino trail

19 June 2015 - The Register
Cambridge's HPC-as-a-service for boffins, big and small

18 June 2015 - Discovery News
A convergence of physics is on the horizon

18 June 2015 - Times LIVE
South African school pupils win CERN science contest

18 June 2015 - New Scientist
Chasing shadows: How long can we keep looking for dark matter?

17 June 2015 - The New Yorker
What to expect from the Large Hadron Collider

17 June 2015 - Science/AAAS
OPERA experiment confirms rare neutrino morphing

17 June 2015 - Chicago Tonight
Neutrinos research focuses on Fermilab

17 June 2015 - Kane County Chronicle
Fermilab seeking public comment for new experiment

17 June 2015 - Nature News
Neutrinos found to switch to elusive 'tau' flavour

17 June 2015 - Discovery News
After Higgs, supercharged LHC to probe physics frontier

17 June 2015 - International Business Times
Neutrino oscillation confirmed: exotic particles seen switching 'flavors'

17 June 2015 - Wired
Particle weirdness shows physics is right about being wrong

17 June 2015 - Physicsworld.com
US cosmic-ray observatory set for expansion

16 June 2015 - Russia Beyond the Headlines
Sino-Russian nuclear physics research center to be set up in Siberia

16 June 2015 - Phys.org
OPERA detects its fifth tau neutrino

15 June 2015 - Discovery News
The LHC needs to take a short nap

14 June 2015 - Chicago Sun-Times
Physics group honors Fermilab in Batavia as historic site

14 June 2015 - Science 2.0
The ATLAS 2-Tev ZZ signal might be a techni-rho

13 June 2015 - Rapid City Journal
DUNE will be SD's largest project ever

13 June 2015 - Live Science
After higgs, ramped-up collider hunts for next puzzle

12 June 2015 - Space.com
Cosmic confusion: Talk of multiverses and big errors in astrophysics

11 June 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab honored as historic site

11 June 2015 - Scienceline
Should national labs reinvent themselves?

10 June 2015 - ComputerWeekly.com
CERN picks Cisco to collaborate on advanced networking capabilities

10 June 2015 - The Register
Cisco spins CERN partnership

9 June 2015 - redOrbit
Researchers witness new evidence for chiral magnetic wave

9 June 2015 - Weekly Observer
Cisco and CERN team up for next generation research

9 June 2015 - Physics Today
Could the evolution of theoretical physics harm public trust in science?

9 June 2015 - Forbes
Dark energy renders 97% of the galaxies in our observable universe permanently unreachable

9 June 2015 - euronews
Large Hadron Collider ready to embark on an unprecedented voyage of discovery

8 June 2015 - Archaeology
CERN's cultural significance studied

8 June 2015 - Patch.com
Feedback sought on Fermilab neutrino experiment

8 June 2015 - New Scientist
Quark ages: How these particles are the key to new physics

7 June 2015 - Gawker
The LHC is back in business. But what is it really going to tell us?


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7 July 2015 - symmetry
What is dark energy?

7 July 2015 - Chicago Daily Herald
Why Fermilab could blast up campus, shake up Batavia neighbors

6 July 2015 - Financial Times
Physicists brought low by thinking big

5 July 2015 - The Guardian
Has physics cried wolf too often, or do false alarms help build understanding?

3 July 2015 - The Hindu
"Physics is always a gamble"

2 July 2015 - Popular Mechanics
Using particle physics to map what's inside fukushima

1 July 2015 - New Scientist
Hoped-for dark matter flash might instead be the corpses of stars

1 July 2015 - New Scientist
Inside out

1 July 2015 - Nature News & Comment
Reproducibility: Don't cry wolf

1 July 2015 - The New Indian Express
Scientists brainstorm about universe

1 July 2015 - Charleston Post Courier
Small particles, big mysteries

1 July 2015 - International Business Times UK
Big Rip: Universe will pull itself apart in 22 billion years, model predicts

1 July 2015 - Nature Physics (Editorial)
The Universe itself

1 July 2015 - Nature News & Comment
Reproducibility: Don't cry wolf

1 July 2015 - Phys.Org
The cosmic start of lightning

30 June 2015 - Quanta Magazine
Why the Big Bang's light may have a tilt

30 June 2015 - Tech Times
Coil for the Large Hadron Collider passes tests

30 June 2015 - The Epoch Times
4 common misconceptions about quantum physics

29 June 2015 - Black Hills Pioneer
The dawning of DUNE

29 June 2015 - Physics (AIP)
Viewpoint: The Littlest Liquid

29 June 2015 - Cosmos
Recreating the beginning of time

29 June 2015 - Vox
Some physicists believe we're living in a giant hologram — and it's not that far-fetched

29 June 2015 - WIRED
Watch: Black hole sim whips dark matter into a frenzy

28 June 2015 - Asian Tribune
Sri Lanka initiates collaboration with CERN

27 June 2015 - The Guardian
Something to watch for in the new data from the Large Hadron Collider

27 June 2015 - The Sunday Times
Hadron collider to hunt the 'yeti'

25 June 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Neighbors mostly curious about physics experiment at Fermilab

24 June 2015 - Discover Magazine (blog)
Neutrinos' shape-shifting abilities confirmed

24 June 2015 - Tennessee Today
UT-Related NOvA neutrino experiment recognized by US Department of Energy

24 June 2015 - Forbes
All known physics in one meeting

24 June 2015 - International Business Times UK
Dark matter in black holes can produce gamma-ray light, NASA simulation shows

23 June 2015 - Quanta Magazine
The fuzzball fix for a black hole paradox

23 June 2015 - Sky & Telescope
Dark galaxies suffuse the coma cluster

23 June 2015 - Times of India
More than 800 dark galaxies found

23 June 2015 - symmetry
Bringing neutrino research back to India

22 June 2015 - NBCNews.com
Astronomers discover hundreds of weird galaxies filled with dark matter

21 June 2015 - The Hindu
India must look beyond neutrinos

21 June 2015 - The National (UAE)
The theory that may have been stringing scientists along for years

20 June 2015 - From Quarks to Quasars
Science explained: What is the hottest possible temperature?

19 June 2015 - Chicago Tribune
New experiment could make Fermilab leader in physics research — again

19 June 2015 - Pulse
Big data: Uncovering the secrets of our universe at CERN

19 June 2015 - The Hindu
The neutrino trail

19 June 2015 - The Register
Cambridge's HPC-as-a-service for boffins, big and small

18 June 2015 - Discovery News
A convergence of physics is on the horizon

18 June 2015 - Times LIVE
South African school pupils win CERN science contest

18 June 2015 - New Scientist
Chasing shadows: How long can we keep looking for dark matter?

17 June 2015 - The New Yorker
What to expect from the Large Hadron Collider

17 June 2015 - Science/AAAS
OPERA experiment confirms rare neutrino morphing

17 June 2015 - Chicago Tonight
Neutrinos research focuses on Fermilab

17 June 2015 - Kane County Chronicle
Fermilab seeking public comment for new experiment

17 June 2015 - Nature News
Neutrinos found to switch to elusive 'tau' flavour

17 June 2015 - Discovery News
After Higgs, supercharged LHC to probe physics frontier

17 June 2015 - International Business Times
Neutrino oscillation confirmed: exotic particles seen switching 'flavors'

17 June 2015 - Wired
Particle weirdness shows physics is right about being wrong

17 June 2015 - Physicsworld.com
US cosmic-ray observatory set for expansion

16 June 2015 - Russia Beyond the Headlines
Sino-Russian nuclear physics research center to be set up in Siberia

16 June 2015 - Phys.org
OPERA detects its fifth tau neutrino

15 June 2015 - Discovery News
The LHC needs to take a short nap

14 June 2015 - Chicago Sun-Times
Physics group honors Fermilab in Batavia as historic site

14 June 2015 - Science 2.0
The ATLAS 2-Tev ZZ signal might be a techni-rho

13 June 2015 - Rapid City Journal
DUNE will be SD's largest project ever

13 June 2015 - Live Science
After higgs, ramped-up collider hunts for next puzzle

12 June 2015 - Space.com
Cosmic confusion: Talk of multiverses and big errors in astrophysics

11 June 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab honored as historic site

11 June 2015 - Scienceline
Should national labs reinvent themselves?

10 June 2015 - ComputerWeekly.com
CERN picks Cisco to collaborate on advanced networking capabilities

10 June 2015 - The Register
Cisco spins CERN partnership

9 June 2015 - redOrbit
Researchers witness new evidence for chiral magnetic wave

9 June 2015 - Weekly Observer
Cisco and CERN team up for next generation research

9 June 2015 - Physics Today
Could the evolution of theoretical physics harm public trust in science?

9 June 2015 - Forbes
Dark energy renders 97% of the galaxies in our observable universe permanently unreachable

9 June 2015 - euronews
Large Hadron Collider ready to embark on an unprecedented voyage of discovery

8 June 2015 - Archaeology
CERN's cultural significance studied

8 June 2015 - Patch.com
Feedback sought on Fermilab neutrino experiment

8 June 2015 - New Scientist
Quark ages: How these particles are the key to new physics

7 June 2015 - Gawker
The LHC is back in business. But what is it really going to tell us?


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a Particle Physics In The News

7 July 2015 - symmetry
What is dark energy?

7 July 2015 - Chicago Daily Herald
Why Fermilab could blast up campus, shake up Batavia neighbors

6 July 2015 - Financial Times
Physicists brought low by thinking big

5 July 2015 - The Guardian
Has physics cried wolf too often, or do false alarms help build understanding?

3 July 2015 - The Hindu
"Physics is always a gamble"

2 July 2015 - Popular Mechanics
Using particle physics to map what's inside fukushima

1 July 2015 - New Scientist
Hoped-for dark matter flash might instead be the corpses of stars

1 July 2015 - New Scientist
Inside out

1 July 2015 - Nature News & Comment
Reproducibility: Don't cry wolf

1 July 2015 - The New Indian Express
Scientists brainstorm about universe

1 July 2015 - Charleston Post Courier
Small particles, big mysteries

1 July 2015 - International Business Times UK
Big Rip: Universe will pull itself apart in 22 billion years, model predicts

1 July 2015 - Nature Physics (Editorial)
The Universe itself

1 July 2015 - Nature News & Comment
Reproducibility: Don't cry wolf

1 July 2015 - Phys.Org
The cosmic start of lightning

30 June 2015 - Quanta Magazine
Why the Big Bang's light may have a tilt

30 June 2015 - Tech Times
Coil for the Large Hadron Collider passes tests

30 June 2015 - The Epoch Times
4 common misconceptions about quantum physics

29 June 2015 - Black Hills Pioneer
The dawning of DUNE

29 June 2015 - Physics (AIP)
Viewpoint: The Littlest Liquid

29 June 2015 - Cosmos
Recreating the beginning of time

29 June 2015 - Vox
Some physicists believe we're living in a giant hologram — and it's not that far-fetched

29 June 2015 - WIRED
Watch: Black hole sim whips dark matter into a frenzy

28 June 2015 - Asian Tribune
Sri Lanka initiates collaboration with CERN

27 June 2015 - The Guardian
Something to watch for in the new data from the Large Hadron Collider

27 June 2015 - The Sunday Times
Hadron collider to hunt the 'yeti'

25 June 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Neighbors mostly curious about physics experiment at Fermilab

24 June 2015 - Discover Magazine (blog)
Neutrinos' shape-shifting abilities confirmed

24 June 2015 - Tennessee Today
UT-Related NOvA neutrino experiment recognized by US Department of Energy

24 June 2015 - Forbes
All known physics in one meeting

24 June 2015 - International Business Times UK
Dark matter in black holes can produce gamma-ray light, NASA simulation shows

23 June 2015 - Quanta Magazine
The fuzzball fix for a black hole paradox

23 June 2015 - Sky & Telescope
Dark galaxies suffuse the coma cluster

23 June 2015 - Times of India
More than 800 dark galaxies found

23 June 2015 - symmetry
Bringing neutrino research back to India

22 June 2015 - NBCNews.com
Astronomers discover hundreds of weird galaxies filled with dark matter

21 June 2015 - The Hindu
India must look beyond neutrinos

21 June 2015 - The National (UAE)
The theory that may have been stringing scientists along for years

20 June 2015 - From Quarks to Quasars
Science explained: What is the hottest possible temperature?

19 June 2015 - Chicago Tribune
New experiment could make Fermilab leader in physics research — again

19 June 2015 - Pulse
Big data: Uncovering the secrets of our universe at CERN

19 June 2015 - The Hindu
The neutrino trail

19 June 2015 - The Register
Cambridge's HPC-as-a-service for boffins, big and small

18 June 2015 - Discovery News
A convergence of physics is on the horizon

18 June 2015 - Times LIVE
South African school pupils win CERN science contest

18 June 2015 - New Scientist
Chasing shadows: How long can we keep looking for dark matter?

17 June 2015 - The New Yorker
What to expect from the Large Hadron Collider

17 June 2015 - Science/AAAS
OPERA experiment confirms rare neutrino morphing

17 June 2015 - Chicago Tonight
Neutrinos research focuses on Fermilab

17 June 2015 - Kane County Chronicle
Fermilab seeking public comment for new experiment

17 June 2015 - Nature News
Neutrinos found to switch to elusive 'tau' flavour

17 June 2015 - Discovery News
After Higgs, supercharged LHC to probe physics frontier

17 June 2015 - International Business Times
Neutrino oscillation confirmed: exotic particles seen switching 'flavors'

17 June 2015 - Wired
Particle weirdness shows physics is right about being wrong

17 June 2015 - Physicsworld.com
US cosmic-ray observatory set for expansion

16 June 2015 - Russia Beyond the Headlines
Sino-Russian nuclear physics research center to be set up in Siberia

16 June 2015 - Phys.org
OPERA detects its fifth tau neutrino

15 June 2015 - Discovery News
The LHC needs to take a short nap

14 June 2015 - Chicago Sun-Times
Physics group honors Fermilab in Batavia as historic site

14 June 2015 - Science 2.0
The ATLAS 2-Tev ZZ signal might be a techni-rho

13 June 2015 - Rapid City Journal
DUNE will be SD's largest project ever

13 June 2015 - Live Science
After higgs, ramped-up collider hunts for next puzzle

12 June 2015 - Space.com
Cosmic confusion: Talk of multiverses and big errors in astrophysics

11 June 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab honored as historic site

11 June 2015 - Scienceline
Should national labs reinvent themselves?

10 June 2015 - ComputerWeekly.com
CERN picks Cisco to collaborate on advanced networking capabilities

10 June 2015 - The Register
Cisco spins CERN partnership

9 June 2015 - redOrbit
Researchers witness new evidence for chiral magnetic wave

9 June 2015 - Weekly Observer
Cisco and CERN team up for next generation research

9 June 2015 - Physics Today
Could the evolution of theoretical physics harm public trust in science?

9 June 2015 - Forbes
Dark energy renders 97% of the galaxies in our observable universe permanently unreachable

9 June 2015 - euronews
Large Hadron Collider ready to embark on an unprecedented voyage of discovery

8 June 2015 - Archaeology
CERN's cultural significance studied

8 June 2015 - Patch.com
Feedback sought on Fermilab neutrino experiment

8 June 2015 - New Scientist
Quark ages: How these particles are the key to new physics

7 June 2015 - Gawker
The LHC is back in business. But what is it really going to tell us?


Features

LC Newsline

25 June 2015

  • ILC starts at 500 GeV and goes down in energy
  • Survey reveals ILC-related hopes and fears of high school kids
  • From symmetry: Q&A: New director-general of KEK

CERN Bulletin

5 July 2015

  • A SHiP to explore new routes
  • Freedom and security: a sometimes delicate balance
  • LHC Report: Out of the clouds
  • HiLumi prepares its construction phase with industry
  • KT gets even closer to CERN people
  • Behind the scenes at Microcosm

CERN Courier

June 2015

  • The road from CERN to space
  • The Mu2e experiment: a rare opportunity
  • Snapshots from the Long Shutdown

symmetry magazine

  • What is dark energy?
  • The wonderful thing about triggers
  • Higgs factory proposed for Beijing
  • How do you solve a puzzle like neutrinos?
  • Exploring dark energy with robots
  • Seeing in gamma rays

Accelerating News
  • Towards 90% power conversion efficiency for klystrons
  • First hardware for HL-LHC interaction region magnets
  • A gender balance roadmap for FCC
  • Hollow electron lenses for enhanced LHC beam collimation
  • Wake field monitoring to improve FEL performance

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