News

  • RSS Feed
Latest Newswires

21 July 2016 - LBL
World’s most sensitive dark matter detector completes search

18 July 2016 - CERN
CERN welcomes Romania as its twenty-second Member State

14 July 2016 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Dark energy measured with record-breaking map of 1.2 million galaxies

8 July 2016 - KEK
Strengthening global coordination on large neutrino infrastructures

13 June 2016 - CERN
CERN announces winners of its 2016 beamline for schools competition

26 May 2016 - RENO Collaboration
Observation of energy dependent disappearance of reactor neutrinos

25 May 2016 - CERN
CERN experiment points to a cloudier pre-industrial climate

16 May 2016 - TRIUMF
Canada and Japan usher in a new era of partnership in physics research

9 May 2016 - CERN
The 2016 physics season starts at the LHC

6 April 2016 - IHEP Beijing
A new world record for BEPCII

28 March 2016 - BNL
A view of the colorful microcosm within a proton

11 March 2016 - AsiaHEP/ACFA
Statement from the Asian High Energy Physics Community on the International Linear Collider & Circular Electron Positron Collider

2 March 2016 - KEK
First turns and successful storage of beams in the SuperKEKB electron and positron rings

12 February 2016 - IHEP on behalf of the Daya Bay Collaboration
Most precise measurement of reactor antineutrino spectrum reveals intriguing surprise

11 February 2016 - CNRS, INFN, Nikhef & STFC
Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein’s prediction

8 February 2016 - InterAction Collaboration
Interactions at AAAS

4 January 2016 - BNL
Beam-beam compensation scheme doubles proton-proton collision rates at RHIC

More NewsWires...


  • RSS Feed
a Particle Physics In The News

25 July 2016 - Phys.Org
Linear deutron and light ion accelerator successfully tested in Dubna

25 July 2016 - International Business Times
How fast is the universe expanding? Conflicting estimates continue to fuel debate

25 July 2016 - Phys.Org
CP violation or new physics?

25 July 2016 - siliconrepublic
Dark matter remains elusive after 20-month search

24 July 2016 - The Guardian
Latest results in the hunt for dark matter

23 July 2016 - Gizmodo
Mysterious dark matter remains maddeningly elusive

22 July 2016 - Engadget
Xenon detector finds no dark matter after 20-month study

22 July 2016 - Scientific American
Dark matter stays dark

21 July 2016 - Ars Technica
Searching the cosmos from under the ice of Antarctica

21 July 2016 - Forbes
Dark matter may be completely invisible, concludes world's most sensitive search

21 July 2016 - The Independent
Huge dark matter experiment finds nothing, despite burying giant machine in disused gold mine

21 July 2016 - Seeker
No WIMPs here: Dark matter search draws a blank

21 July 2016 - New Scientist
Dark matter no-show puts favoured particles on death row

21 July 2016 - AP
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any

21 July 2016 - International Business Times
Gravity not linked to quantum spin, scientists show in setback to hunt for Theory of Everything

21 July 2016 - Cosmos
The more we know, the more we don't – physics' unsolved problems

21 July 2016 - Physics Today
High-energy lab has high-energy director

20 July 2016 - Motherboard
Physicists stretch quantum superposition from Chicago to Minnesota

19 July 2016 - EarthSky
Weird quantum effects can travel for HUNDREDS of miles

19 July 2016 - EarthSky
Traveling neutrinos don't have individual identities

18 July 2016 - The Daily Californian
Berkeley Lab helps develop largest 3-D map of galaxies

18 July 2016 - Science Alert
There are 1.2 million galaxies in this 3D map of the Universe

18 July 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Pokémon Go shakes up the lab routine

18 July 2016 - Business Review
Romania becomes the 22nd member of CERN

18 July 2016 - AGERPRES
Romania becomes full CERN member

18 July 2016 - Cosmos
3-D map of 1.2 million galaxies sheds light on dark energy

17 July 2016 - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Soudan Mine lab faces uncertain future as it loses research projects

17 July 2016 - MSNBC
Week in Geek - Science like a BOSS edition

16 July 2016 - Motherboard
Could dark energy just be frozen neutrinos?

15 July 2016 - Sci-Tech Today
Massive 3D map of faraway galaxies to aid search for dark energy

15 July 2016 - Popular Science
'Ghostbusters' star Kate McKinnon is obsessed with physics

15 July 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Who you gonna call? MIT physicists!

15 July 2016 - Popular Science
Largest map ever made will unlock the history of the universe

14 July 2016 - Astronomy Magazine
Astronomers mapped 1.2 million galaxies in a hunt for dark energy

14 July 2016 - UPI
Massive 3D map of faraway galaxies to aid search for dark energy

14 July 2016 - New Scientist
Largest-ever map of 1.2 million galaxies measures dark energy

14 July 2016 - The Courier
Largest map of the universe produced

13 July 2016 - Forbes
Could dark energy be caused by frozen neutrinos?

13 July 2016 - International Business Times
A Big Bang or a Big Bounce? Scientists attempt to answer how the universe began

12 July 2016 - The Engineer
Wendelstein stellarator begins upgrades after fusion success

11 July 2016 - Black Hills Pioneer
Lead celebrates Neutrino Day

8 July 2016 - Phys.org
LHC performance reaches new highs

8 July 2016 - Space Daily
Researchers Help Explain How Stars Are Born, Cosmic Structures Evolve

8 July 2016 - Science Alert
Neutrinos could be the reason why antimatter hasn't blown up the Universe

7 July 2016 - Physics World
Dark-matter intrigue

7 July 2016 - Nanowerk
Phantom Majorana particles found in insulating magnets

7 July 2016 - Scientific Computing World
Swiss supercomputer investigates dark matter

6 July 2016 - Sci-News.com
CERN Physicists Observe Three New Tetraquark Particles

6 July 2016 - Stanford News
Stanford researchers help to explain how stars are born, cosmic structures evolve

6 July 2016 - Liverpool Echo
Daresbury physicist receives top science prize previously awarded to Niels Bohr and Peter Higgs

5 July 2016 - BBC News
Has the LHC discovered a new particle?

5 July 2016 - Daily Mail
Physics prepares to feast on collider data, seeking dark universe

5 July 2016 - Thomson Reuters Foundation
INTERVIEW-Physics prepares to feast on collider data, seeking dark universe

5 July 2016 - UPI.com
Large Hadron Collider finds three new particles, confirms fourth

5 July 2016 - Live Science
A Fifth Force: Fact or Fiction?

5 July 2016 - Phys.org
Transition radiation detectors work in record-high energy fields

4 July 2016 - New Scientist
Neutrinos hint at why antimatter didn’t blow up the universe

4 July 2016 - Science 2.0
The Higgs Boson Is 4 Years Old

1 July 2016 - TRT World
Discovery of “exotic” particles may change everything

1 July 2016 - Cypress Mail
Cyprus’ first participation in CERN Council very important – Professor Razis

1 July 2016 - International Business Times
LHC Scientists Confirm The Existence Of A Family Of Tetraquarks

1 July 2016 - Science Alert
Physicists have discovered what looks like an entire family of new particles in the LHC

1 July 2016 - BBC News
Late scientist Tom Kibble wins award for particle work

30 June 2016 - Science Daily
The energy spectrum of particles will help make out black holes

30 June 2016 - Physics World
Quantum computer simulates fundamental particle interactions for the first time

30 June 2016 - EIN News
Scientists See Electron Bottleneck in Simulated Battery

30 June 2016 - Crazy Engineers
Now Listen To Music Driven From Real Field Data - MIT Media Lab Unveils Quantizer

29 June 2016 - Universe Today
Professor Stephen Hawking Intends To Map The Known Universe

29 June 2016 - The Science Explorer
Thanks to This Pear-Shaped Nucleus, We Likely Won’t Ever Time Travel

28 June 2016 - Express.co.uk
What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider 'prove portals are opening

27 June 2016 - The Sudbury Star
Sudbury experiment heads to London

27 June 2016 - CBC/Radio-Canada
Sudbury exhibit of Nobel Prize winning research to open at London's Canada House

27 June 2016 - Cambridge News
Professor Stephen Hawking set to reveal plans to map known universe

26 June 2016 - PRI
These are some of the darkest mysteries of our universe

26 June 2016 - The Australian
Stephen Hawking plans 3D map of known universe

25 June 2016 - International Business Times
World’s largest neutrino telescope may be built soon in the depths of the Mediterranean sea

25 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Rumors cast doubt on diphoton bump


Latest Newswires

  • RSS Feed
Latest Newswires

21 July 2016 - LBL
World’s most sensitive dark matter detector completes search

18 July 2016 - CERN
CERN welcomes Romania as its twenty-second Member State

14 July 2016 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Dark energy measured with record-breaking map of 1.2 million galaxies

8 July 2016 - KEK
Strengthening global coordination on large neutrino infrastructures

13 June 2016 - CERN
CERN announces winners of its 2016 beamline for schools competition

26 May 2016 - RENO Collaboration
Observation of energy dependent disappearance of reactor neutrinos

25 May 2016 - CERN
CERN experiment points to a cloudier pre-industrial climate

16 May 2016 - TRIUMF
Canada and Japan usher in a new era of partnership in physics research

9 May 2016 - CERN
The 2016 physics season starts at the LHC

6 April 2016 - IHEP Beijing
A new world record for BEPCII

28 March 2016 - BNL
A view of the colorful microcosm within a proton

11 March 2016 - AsiaHEP/ACFA
Statement from the Asian High Energy Physics Community on the International Linear Collider & Circular Electron Positron Collider

2 March 2016 - KEK
First turns and successful storage of beams in the SuperKEKB electron and positron rings

12 February 2016 - IHEP on behalf of the Daya Bay Collaboration
Most precise measurement of reactor antineutrino spectrum reveals intriguing surprise

11 February 2016 - CNRS, INFN, Nikhef & STFC
Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein’s prediction

8 February 2016 - InterAction Collaboration
Interactions at AAAS

4 January 2016 - BNL
Beam-beam compensation scheme doubles proton-proton collision rates at RHIC

More NewsWires...


  • RSS Feed
a Particle Physics In The News

25 July 2016 - Phys.Org
Linear deutron and light ion accelerator successfully tested in Dubna

25 July 2016 - International Business Times
How fast is the universe expanding? Conflicting estimates continue to fuel debate

25 July 2016 - Phys.Org
CP violation or new physics?

25 July 2016 - siliconrepublic
Dark matter remains elusive after 20-month search

24 July 2016 - The Guardian
Latest results in the hunt for dark matter

23 July 2016 - Gizmodo
Mysterious dark matter remains maddeningly elusive

22 July 2016 - Engadget
Xenon detector finds no dark matter after 20-month study

22 July 2016 - Scientific American
Dark matter stays dark

21 July 2016 - Ars Technica
Searching the cosmos from under the ice of Antarctica

21 July 2016 - Forbes
Dark matter may be completely invisible, concludes world's most sensitive search

21 July 2016 - The Independent
Huge dark matter experiment finds nothing, despite burying giant machine in disused gold mine

21 July 2016 - Seeker
No WIMPs here: Dark matter search draws a blank

21 July 2016 - New Scientist
Dark matter no-show puts favoured particles on death row

21 July 2016 - AP
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any

21 July 2016 - International Business Times
Gravity not linked to quantum spin, scientists show in setback to hunt for Theory of Everything

21 July 2016 - Cosmos
The more we know, the more we don't – physics' unsolved problems

21 July 2016 - Physics Today
High-energy lab has high-energy director

20 July 2016 - Motherboard
Physicists stretch quantum superposition from Chicago to Minnesota

19 July 2016 - EarthSky
Weird quantum effects can travel for HUNDREDS of miles

19 July 2016 - EarthSky
Traveling neutrinos don't have individual identities

18 July 2016 - The Daily Californian
Berkeley Lab helps develop largest 3-D map of galaxies

18 July 2016 - Science Alert
There are 1.2 million galaxies in this 3D map of the Universe

18 July 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Pokémon Go shakes up the lab routine

18 July 2016 - Business Review
Romania becomes the 22nd member of CERN

18 July 2016 - AGERPRES
Romania becomes full CERN member

18 July 2016 - Cosmos
3-D map of 1.2 million galaxies sheds light on dark energy

17 July 2016 - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Soudan Mine lab faces uncertain future as it loses research projects

17 July 2016 - MSNBC
Week in Geek - Science like a BOSS edition

16 July 2016 - Motherboard
Could dark energy just be frozen neutrinos?

15 July 2016 - Sci-Tech Today
Massive 3D map of faraway galaxies to aid search for dark energy

15 July 2016 - Popular Science
'Ghostbusters' star Kate McKinnon is obsessed with physics

15 July 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Who you gonna call? MIT physicists!

15 July 2016 - Popular Science
Largest map ever made will unlock the history of the universe

14 July 2016 - Astronomy Magazine
Astronomers mapped 1.2 million galaxies in a hunt for dark energy

14 July 2016 - UPI
Massive 3D map of faraway galaxies to aid search for dark energy

14 July 2016 - New Scientist
Largest-ever map of 1.2 million galaxies measures dark energy

14 July 2016 - The Courier
Largest map of the universe produced

13 July 2016 - Forbes
Could dark energy be caused by frozen neutrinos?

13 July 2016 - International Business Times
A Big Bang or a Big Bounce? Scientists attempt to answer how the universe began

12 July 2016 - The Engineer
Wendelstein stellarator begins upgrades after fusion success

11 July 2016 - Black Hills Pioneer
Lead celebrates Neutrino Day

8 July 2016 - Phys.org
LHC performance reaches new highs

8 July 2016 - Space Daily
Researchers Help Explain How Stars Are Born, Cosmic Structures Evolve

8 July 2016 - Science Alert
Neutrinos could be the reason why antimatter hasn't blown up the Universe

7 July 2016 - Physics World
Dark-matter intrigue

7 July 2016 - Nanowerk
Phantom Majorana particles found in insulating magnets

7 July 2016 - Scientific Computing World
Swiss supercomputer investigates dark matter

6 July 2016 - Sci-News.com
CERN Physicists Observe Three New Tetraquark Particles

6 July 2016 - Stanford News
Stanford researchers help to explain how stars are born, cosmic structures evolve

6 July 2016 - Liverpool Echo
Daresbury physicist receives top science prize previously awarded to Niels Bohr and Peter Higgs

5 July 2016 - BBC News
Has the LHC discovered a new particle?

5 July 2016 - Daily Mail
Physics prepares to feast on collider data, seeking dark universe

5 July 2016 - Thomson Reuters Foundation
INTERVIEW-Physics prepares to feast on collider data, seeking dark universe

5 July 2016 - UPI.com
Large Hadron Collider finds three new particles, confirms fourth

5 July 2016 - Live Science
A Fifth Force: Fact or Fiction?

5 July 2016 - Phys.org
Transition radiation detectors work in record-high energy fields

4 July 2016 - New Scientist
Neutrinos hint at why antimatter didn’t blow up the universe

4 July 2016 - Science 2.0
The Higgs Boson Is 4 Years Old

1 July 2016 - TRT World
Discovery of “exotic” particles may change everything

1 July 2016 - Cypress Mail
Cyprus’ first participation in CERN Council very important – Professor Razis

1 July 2016 - International Business Times
LHC Scientists Confirm The Existence Of A Family Of Tetraquarks

1 July 2016 - Science Alert
Physicists have discovered what looks like an entire family of new particles in the LHC

1 July 2016 - BBC News
Late scientist Tom Kibble wins award for particle work

30 June 2016 - Science Daily
The energy spectrum of particles will help make out black holes

30 June 2016 - Physics World
Quantum computer simulates fundamental particle interactions for the first time

30 June 2016 - EIN News
Scientists See Electron Bottleneck in Simulated Battery

30 June 2016 - Crazy Engineers
Now Listen To Music Driven From Real Field Data - MIT Media Lab Unveils Quantizer

29 June 2016 - Universe Today
Professor Stephen Hawking Intends To Map The Known Universe

29 June 2016 - The Science Explorer
Thanks to This Pear-Shaped Nucleus, We Likely Won’t Ever Time Travel

28 June 2016 - Express.co.uk
What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider 'prove portals are opening

27 June 2016 - The Sudbury Star
Sudbury experiment heads to London

27 June 2016 - CBC/Radio-Canada
Sudbury exhibit of Nobel Prize winning research to open at London's Canada House

27 June 2016 - Cambridge News
Professor Stephen Hawking set to reveal plans to map known universe

26 June 2016 - PRI
These are some of the darkest mysteries of our universe

26 June 2016 - The Australian
Stephen Hawking plans 3D map of known universe

25 June 2016 - International Business Times
World’s largest neutrino telescope may be built soon in the depths of the Mediterranean sea

25 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Rumors cast doubt on diphoton bump


Latest Images

Search

Full Navigation

Interactions.org - Particle Physics News and Resources

A communication resource from the world's particle physics laboratories

  • RSS Feed
Latest Newswires

21 July 2016 - LBL
World’s most sensitive dark matter detector completes search

18 July 2016 - CERN
CERN welcomes Romania as its twenty-second Member State

14 July 2016 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Dark energy measured with record-breaking map of 1.2 million galaxies

8 July 2016 - KEK
Strengthening global coordination on large neutrino infrastructures

13 June 2016 - CERN
CERN announces winners of its 2016 beamline for schools competition

26 May 2016 - RENO Collaboration
Observation of energy dependent disappearance of reactor neutrinos

25 May 2016 - CERN
CERN experiment points to a cloudier pre-industrial climate

16 May 2016 - TRIUMF
Canada and Japan usher in a new era of partnership in physics research

9 May 2016 - CERN
The 2016 physics season starts at the LHC

6 April 2016 - IHEP Beijing
A new world record for BEPCII

28 March 2016 - BNL
A view of the colorful microcosm within a proton

11 March 2016 - AsiaHEP/ACFA
Statement from the Asian High Energy Physics Community on the International Linear Collider & Circular Electron Positron Collider

2 March 2016 - KEK
First turns and successful storage of beams in the SuperKEKB electron and positron rings

12 February 2016 - IHEP on behalf of the Daya Bay Collaboration
Most precise measurement of reactor antineutrino spectrum reveals intriguing surprise

11 February 2016 - CNRS, INFN, Nikhef & STFC
Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein’s prediction

8 February 2016 - InterAction Collaboration
Interactions at AAAS

4 January 2016 - BNL
Beam-beam compensation scheme doubles proton-proton collision rates at RHIC

More NewsWires...


  • RSS Feed
a Particle Physics In The News

25 July 2016 - Phys.Org
Linear deutron and light ion accelerator successfully tested in Dubna

25 July 2016 - International Business Times
How fast is the universe expanding? Conflicting estimates continue to fuel debate

25 July 2016 - Phys.Org
CP violation or new physics?

25 July 2016 - siliconrepublic
Dark matter remains elusive after 20-month search

24 July 2016 - The Guardian
Latest results in the hunt for dark matter

23 July 2016 - Gizmodo
Mysterious dark matter remains maddeningly elusive

22 July 2016 - Engadget
Xenon detector finds no dark matter after 20-month study

22 July 2016 - Scientific American
Dark matter stays dark

21 July 2016 - Ars Technica
Searching the cosmos from under the ice of Antarctica

21 July 2016 - Forbes
Dark matter may be completely invisible, concludes world's most sensitive search

21 July 2016 - The Independent
Huge dark matter experiment finds nothing, despite burying giant machine in disused gold mine

21 July 2016 - Seeker
No WIMPs here: Dark matter search draws a blank

21 July 2016 - New Scientist
Dark matter no-show puts favoured particles on death row

21 July 2016 - AP
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any

21 July 2016 - International Business Times
Gravity not linked to quantum spin, scientists show in setback to hunt for Theory of Everything

21 July 2016 - Cosmos
The more we know, the more we don't – physics' unsolved problems

21 July 2016 - Physics Today
High-energy lab has high-energy director

20 July 2016 - Motherboard
Physicists stretch quantum superposition from Chicago to Minnesota

19 July 2016 - EarthSky
Weird quantum effects can travel for HUNDREDS of miles

19 July 2016 - EarthSky
Traveling neutrinos don't have individual identities

18 July 2016 - The Daily Californian
Berkeley Lab helps develop largest 3-D map of galaxies

18 July 2016 - Science Alert
There are 1.2 million galaxies in this 3D map of the Universe

18 July 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Pokémon Go shakes up the lab routine

18 July 2016 - Business Review
Romania becomes the 22nd member of CERN

18 July 2016 - AGERPRES
Romania becomes full CERN member

18 July 2016 - Cosmos
3-D map of 1.2 million galaxies sheds light on dark energy

17 July 2016 - Minneapolis Star Tribune
Soudan Mine lab faces uncertain future as it loses research projects

17 July 2016 - MSNBC
Week in Geek - Science like a BOSS edition

16 July 2016 - Motherboard
Could dark energy just be frozen neutrinos?

15 July 2016 - Sci-Tech Today
Massive 3D map of faraway galaxies to aid search for dark energy

15 July 2016 - Popular Science
'Ghostbusters' star Kate McKinnon is obsessed with physics

15 July 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Who you gonna call? MIT physicists!

15 July 2016 - Popular Science
Largest map ever made will unlock the history of the universe

14 July 2016 - Astronomy Magazine
Astronomers mapped 1.2 million galaxies in a hunt for dark energy

14 July 2016 - UPI
Massive 3D map of faraway galaxies to aid search for dark energy

14 July 2016 - New Scientist
Largest-ever map of 1.2 million galaxies measures dark energy

14 July 2016 - The Courier
Largest map of the universe produced

13 July 2016 - Forbes
Could dark energy be caused by frozen neutrinos?

13 July 2016 - International Business Times
A Big Bang or a Big Bounce? Scientists attempt to answer how the universe began

12 July 2016 - The Engineer
Wendelstein stellarator begins upgrades after fusion success

11 July 2016 - Black Hills Pioneer
Lead celebrates Neutrino Day

8 July 2016 - Phys.org
LHC performance reaches new highs

8 July 2016 - Space Daily
Researchers Help Explain How Stars Are Born, Cosmic Structures Evolve

8 July 2016 - Science Alert
Neutrinos could be the reason why antimatter hasn't blown up the Universe

7 July 2016 - Physics World
Dark-matter intrigue

7 July 2016 - Nanowerk
Phantom Majorana particles found in insulating magnets

7 July 2016 - Scientific Computing World
Swiss supercomputer investigates dark matter

6 July 2016 - Sci-News.com
CERN Physicists Observe Three New Tetraquark Particles

6 July 2016 - Stanford News
Stanford researchers help to explain how stars are born, cosmic structures evolve

6 July 2016 - Liverpool Echo
Daresbury physicist receives top science prize previously awarded to Niels Bohr and Peter Higgs

5 July 2016 - BBC News
Has the LHC discovered a new particle?

5 July 2016 - Daily Mail
Physics prepares to feast on collider data, seeking dark universe

5 July 2016 - Thomson Reuters Foundation
INTERVIEW-Physics prepares to feast on collider data, seeking dark universe

5 July 2016 - UPI.com
Large Hadron Collider finds three new particles, confirms fourth

5 July 2016 - Live Science
A Fifth Force: Fact or Fiction?

5 July 2016 - Phys.org
Transition radiation detectors work in record-high energy fields

4 July 2016 - New Scientist
Neutrinos hint at why antimatter didn’t blow up the universe

4 July 2016 - Science 2.0
The Higgs Boson Is 4 Years Old

1 July 2016 - TRT World
Discovery of “exotic” particles may change everything

1 July 2016 - Cypress Mail
Cyprus’ first participation in CERN Council very important – Professor Razis

1 July 2016 - International Business Times
LHC Scientists Confirm The Existence Of A Family Of Tetraquarks

1 July 2016 - Science Alert
Physicists have discovered what looks like an entire family of new particles in the LHC

1 July 2016 - BBC News
Late scientist Tom Kibble wins award for particle work

30 June 2016 - Science Daily
The energy spectrum of particles will help make out black holes

30 June 2016 - Physics World
Quantum computer simulates fundamental particle interactions for the first time

30 June 2016 - EIN News
Scientists See Electron Bottleneck in Simulated Battery

30 June 2016 - Crazy Engineers
Now Listen To Music Driven From Real Field Data - MIT Media Lab Unveils Quantizer

29 June 2016 - Universe Today
Professor Stephen Hawking Intends To Map The Known Universe

29 June 2016 - The Science Explorer
Thanks to This Pear-Shaped Nucleus, We Likely Won’t Ever Time Travel

28 June 2016 - Express.co.uk
What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider 'prove portals are opening

27 June 2016 - The Sudbury Star
Sudbury experiment heads to London

27 June 2016 - CBC/Radio-Canada
Sudbury exhibit of Nobel Prize winning research to open at London's Canada House

27 June 2016 - Cambridge News
Professor Stephen Hawking set to reveal plans to map known universe

26 June 2016 - PRI
These are some of the darkest mysteries of our universe

26 June 2016 - The Australian
Stephen Hawking plans 3D map of known universe

25 June 2016 - International Business Times
World’s largest neutrino telescope may be built soon in the depths of the Mediterranean sea

25 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Rumors cast doubt on diphoton bump


Features

LC Newsline

22 July 2016

  • Gotta catch them all – and fast
  • In the light of new accelerators
  • Director's Corner Hiroshima

CERN Bulletin

25 July 2016

  • Once upon a time, there was a brittle but superconducting niobium-tin…
  • LHC Report: imaginative injectors
  • Voices of Romanian scientists
  • Fighting fires... with science
  • Muse at CERN
  • The hundredth Gentner Doctoral Student has started at CERN

CERN Courier

July/August 2016

  • Ghosts in the machine
  • Neutrinos take centre stage
  • DUMAND and the origins of large neutrino detectors
  • Japan eyes up its future
  • NOvA releases new bounds on neutrino mixing parameters

symmetry magazine

  • Dark matter evades most sensitive detector
  • The science of proton packs
  • Who you gonna call? MIT physicists!
  • The science of proton packs
  • A primer on particle accelerators
  • Incredible hulking facts about gamma rays

Accelerating News
  • An interview with Tommaso Valletti
  • Highlights from the IPAC 2016 conference
  • FCC Week 2016: Preparing for the future (link is external)
  • EuCARD-2 3rd Annual Meeting highlights
  • New industrial relations with SESAME members
  • Successful tests of crab cavities for HL-LHC

A Week of Interactions

17 - 23 July 2016

A weekly compilation highlighting news articles, press releases, images and features on Interactions.org.
Sign up  |  Archive




Featured Video