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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

18 December 2015 - InterAction Collaboration
CERN Director-General Rolf Heuer passes the baton to Fabiola Gianotti

14 December 2015 - InterAction Collaboration
Winning photo in the Global Physics Photowalk evokes childhood wonder

14 December 2015 - LBL
New results from world’s most sensitive dark matter detector

8 December 2015 - BNL
RHIC Particle smashups find that shape matters

7 December 2015 - TRIUMF/KEK
Canada and Japan strengthen partnership to advance physics research

25 November 2015 - CERN
The LHC collides ions at new record energy

20 November 2015 - BNL
Supercomputing the strange difference between matter and antimatter

19 November 2015 - SLAC
$13.5M Moore grant to develop working ‘accelerator on a chip’ prototype

11 November 2015 - INFN-LNGS
XENON1T: Gearing up to detect dark matter

9 November 2015 - InterAction Collaboration
Laboratories reveal what’s behind their scenes: Global Physics Photowalk Competition is on!

5 November 2015 - LBL
Supernova twins: Making standard candles more standard than ever

4 November 2015 - BNL
Physicists measure force that makes antimatter stick together

29 October 2015: CERN
LHC luminosity upgrade project moving to next phase

12 October 2015: CERN
Arts@CERN announces three new open calls and the arrival of new artists in residence

5 October 2015: BNL
Brookhaven Lab scientist Veljko Radeka shares inaugural American Physical Society Division of Particles and Fields Instrumentation Award

21 September 2015: LBL
DESI, an ambitious probe of dark energy, achieves its next major milestone

18 September 2015: CERN
Professor Sijbrand de Jong elected as next President of CERN Council

9 September 2015: CERN
One month to go until TEDxCERN "breaks the rules"

8 September 2015: Kavli IPMU
Latest results from dark matter detector XMASS presented in Torino

7 September 2015: InterAction Collaboration
Global Physics Photowalk 2015

1 September 2015: CERN
ATLAS and CMS experiments shed light on Higgs properties

28 August 2015: KEK
Pioneering BaBar and Belle joint analysis

26 August 2015: SLAC
Antimatter catches a wave at SLAC

17 August 2015: CERN
The ALICE experiment at CERN makes precise comparison of light nuclei and antinuclei

17 August 2015: FNAL
Dark Energy Survey finds more celestial neighbors

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24 May 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Of bison and bosons

24 May 2016 - Forbes
Where is new physics hiding, and how can we find it?

24 May 2016 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Hunting for dark matter’s ‘hidden valley’

21 May 2016 - Forbes
China's biggest bang, A supercollider twice the size of CERN's

21 May 2016 - ChinaTopix
China to begin building world’s largest supercollider by 2021

20 May 2016 - Imperial College London
Proton beam therapy and physics to be explored in research collaboration

20 May 2016 - Discovery News
LHC Opens the quantum physics floodgates

19 May 2016 - AP
Scientists gravitate to Rapid City to talk deep,underground neutrinos

19 May 2016 - Huffington Post
Large Hadron Collider update and your participation

19 May 2016 - Forbes
The Biggest Hopes Of What A New Particle At The LHC Might Reveal

18 May 2016 - Cosmos
Watch: an experiment to create and 'taste' neutrinos

18 May 2016 - Huffington Post
Meet the most powerful woman in particle physics

17 May 2016 - Scientific American
The collider that could save physics

17 May 2016 - Phys.Org
LHC reboot promises piles of new data

16 May 2016 - UBC Faculty of Science (press release)
New TRIUMF branch office bolsters Canada-Japan partnership in physics research

16 May 2016 - The Smithosonian
Wander about an art installation inspired by the Large Hadron Collider

16 May 2016 - The Wire
Start of LHC's 2016 run suffused with hopes of a new particle

15 May 2016 - The Japan News
Follow Swiss lead in science, technology

14 May 2016 - The Guardian
Picturing particles: The evolution of event displays

12 May 2016 - Nature News
LHC for quasiparticles reveals material secrets

12 May 2016 - Science Alert
Physicists just smashed quasiparticles together for the first time

12 May 2016 - Phys.Org
Hints of unknown elementary particle explained using Swedish theory

12 May 2016 - Voice of America
Mysterious 'bump' baffles Fermilab scientists probing how world works

11 May 2016 - Scientific American (podcast)
Everything there is

11 May 2016 - Maine News Online
LHC all set for Experimental Run, Berkeley Lab Scientists to Take Part in Particle-hunting Season

11 May 2016 - Phys.org
CERN's Large Hadron Collider is once again smashing protons, taking data

10 May 2016 - Bloomberg
CERN resumes hunt for dark matter after marten chews power cable

10 May 2016 - Science 2.0
Scavenging LHC data: The CMS data scouting technique

10 May 2016 - Physicsworld.com
Parallel-universe search focuses on neutrons

10 May 2016 - International Business Times
CERN LHC Update: Large Hadron Collider begins 2016 run as scientists train sights on physics beyond the standard model

9 May 2016 - Ars Technica
Weasel's suicide delays but does not stop our biggest particle collider

9 May 2016 - Popular Science
Take a look at the Infinity machine

9 May 2016 - The Guardian
And we're off! CERN declares start of 2016 LHC physics season

9 May 2016 - Symmetry magazine
LHC prepares to deliver six times the data

9 May 2016 - Belfast Telegraph
CERN's Large Hadron Collider back in action after weasel incident

8 May 2016 - The Guardian
Europe chooses its 'roadmap' for science facilities

8 May 2016 - Kavli IPMU
A theoretical physicist’s take on spacetime dimensions

6 May 2016 - Phys.Org
World's largest particle smasher set to push physics into unknown

4 May 2016 - Universe Today
Is a new particle about to be announced?

4 May 2016 - Times of India
IISc inks pact with French centre for research beyond 'god particle'

3 May 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Tiny tests seek the universe's big mysteries

3 May 2016 - Boston Review
How Stuff Works: A Primer on the Standard Model

3 May 2016 - Symmetry magazine
EXO-200 resumes its underground quest

3 May 2016 - Newsweek
'Little animal' shuts down Large Hadron Collider for entire week

3 May 2016 - ExtremeTech
Possible new particle from LHC has physicists cautiously excited

2 May 2016 - New York Times
Physicists abuzz about possible new particle as CERN revs up

2 May 2016 - ScienceAlert
Hints of an unexpected new particle are getting stronger, and physicists are stumped

30 April 2016 - The Verge
The Large Hadron Collider was shut down by a small mammal

29 April 2016 - NPR
Weasel apparently shuts down world's most powerful particle collider

29 April 2016 - New Scientist
Weasel halts LHC experiments after chewing on a power cable

29 April 2016 - Inside Science News Service
Physicists look beyond WIMPS for dark matter

29 April 2016 - International Business Times
Scientists trace high-energy cosmic neutrino back to its home ‘blazar’r

27 April 2016 - New Scientist
That’s odd: Unruly penguins hint where all the antimatter went

27 April 2016 - International Business Times
CERN Releases 300 TB Of LHC Proton Collision Data, Along With Tools Needed To Study It

27 April 2016 - The Space Reporter
CERN releases data on fundamental physics of the universe

26 April 2016 - The Washington Post
Open sourcing the secrets of the universe: A huge amount of Large Hadron Collider data is now online

25 April 2016 - Smithsonian
Explore 300 terabytes of CERN data now free to download

25 April 2016 - The Verge
You can now download 300TB of data from the Large Hadron Collider

25 April 2016 - Quartz
Amateur Einsteins rejoice: CERN has put 300TB of data from the Large Hadron Collider online

25 April 2016 - Brookhaven National Laboratory
Brookhaven's Oleg Gang Named a Battelle 'Inventor of the Year'

22 April 2016 - Symmetry magazine
LHC data at your fingertips

20 April 2016 - BBC News
Large Hadron Collider can be 'world's biggest rain meter'

20 April 2016 - Nature News
Zoo of theories showcased in publications on LHC anomaly

20 April 2016 - Ars Technica
Researchers may have observed sources of gravitational waves, cosmic neutrinos

20 April 2016 - The Conversation UK
What the European Union can learn from CERN about international co-operation

19 April 2016 - The Architect's Newspaper
A science center fit for particle physicists and visitors alike

19 April 2016 - HowStuffWorks NOW
Large Hadron Collider's spring break finally ending

19 April 2016 - Physicsworld.com
Theorizing about the LHC's 750 GeV bump

19 April 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Physicists hunt for the Big Bang’s triangles

19 April 2016 - Cosmos
High-energy neutrino nabbed by Antarctic detector

18 April 2016 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab event works to get kids excited about science

18 April 2016 - New York Times
‘The Universe in Your Hand’ and ‘Seven Brief Lessons on Physics’ (Book review)

15 April 2016 - Gizmodo
Why discovering a new particle would be such a huge deal

15 April 2016 - Science 2.0
New physics in the angular distribution of B decays ?


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Latest Newswires

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

18 December 2015 - InterAction Collaboration
CERN Director-General Rolf Heuer passes the baton to Fabiola Gianotti

14 December 2015 - InterAction Collaboration
Winning photo in the Global Physics Photowalk evokes childhood wonder

14 December 2015 - LBL
New results from world’s most sensitive dark matter detector

8 December 2015 - BNL
RHIC Particle smashups find that shape matters

7 December 2015 - TRIUMF/KEK
Canada and Japan strengthen partnership to advance physics research

25 November 2015 - CERN
The LHC collides ions at new record energy

20 November 2015 - BNL
Supercomputing the strange difference between matter and antimatter

19 November 2015 - SLAC
$13.5M Moore grant to develop working ‘accelerator on a chip’ prototype

11 November 2015 - INFN-LNGS
XENON1T: Gearing up to detect dark matter

9 November 2015 - InterAction Collaboration
Laboratories reveal what’s behind their scenes: Global Physics Photowalk Competition is on!

5 November 2015 - LBL
Supernova twins: Making standard candles more standard than ever

4 November 2015 - BNL
Physicists measure force that makes antimatter stick together

29 October 2015: CERN
LHC luminosity upgrade project moving to next phase

12 October 2015: CERN
Arts@CERN announces three new open calls and the arrival of new artists in residence

5 October 2015: BNL
Brookhaven Lab scientist Veljko Radeka shares inaugural American Physical Society Division of Particles and Fields Instrumentation Award

21 September 2015: LBL
DESI, an ambitious probe of dark energy, achieves its next major milestone

18 September 2015: CERN
Professor Sijbrand de Jong elected as next President of CERN Council

9 September 2015: CERN
One month to go until TEDxCERN "breaks the rules"

8 September 2015: Kavli IPMU
Latest results from dark matter detector XMASS presented in Torino

7 September 2015: InterAction Collaboration
Global Physics Photowalk 2015

1 September 2015: CERN
ATLAS and CMS experiments shed light on Higgs properties

28 August 2015: KEK
Pioneering BaBar and Belle joint analysis

26 August 2015: SLAC
Antimatter catches a wave at SLAC

17 August 2015: CERN
The ALICE experiment at CERN makes precise comparison of light nuclei and antinuclei

17 August 2015: FNAL
Dark Energy Survey finds more celestial neighbors

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a Particle Physics In The News

24 May 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Of bison and bosons

24 May 2016 - Forbes
Where is new physics hiding, and how can we find it?

24 May 2016 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Hunting for dark matter’s ‘hidden valley’

21 May 2016 - Forbes
China's biggest bang, A supercollider twice the size of CERN's

21 May 2016 - ChinaTopix
China to begin building world’s largest supercollider by 2021

20 May 2016 - Imperial College London
Proton beam therapy and physics to be explored in research collaboration

20 May 2016 - Discovery News
LHC Opens the quantum physics floodgates

19 May 2016 - AP
Scientists gravitate to Rapid City to talk deep,underground neutrinos

19 May 2016 - Huffington Post
Large Hadron Collider update and your participation

19 May 2016 - Forbes
The Biggest Hopes Of What A New Particle At The LHC Might Reveal

18 May 2016 - Cosmos
Watch: an experiment to create and 'taste' neutrinos

18 May 2016 - Huffington Post
Meet the most powerful woman in particle physics

17 May 2016 - Scientific American
The collider that could save physics

17 May 2016 - Phys.Org
LHC reboot promises piles of new data

16 May 2016 - UBC Faculty of Science (press release)
New TRIUMF branch office bolsters Canada-Japan partnership in physics research

16 May 2016 - The Smithosonian
Wander about an art installation inspired by the Large Hadron Collider

16 May 2016 - The Wire
Start of LHC's 2016 run suffused with hopes of a new particle

15 May 2016 - The Japan News
Follow Swiss lead in science, technology

14 May 2016 - The Guardian
Picturing particles: The evolution of event displays

12 May 2016 - Nature News
LHC for quasiparticles reveals material secrets

12 May 2016 - Science Alert
Physicists just smashed quasiparticles together for the first time

12 May 2016 - Phys.Org
Hints of unknown elementary particle explained using Swedish theory

12 May 2016 - Voice of America
Mysterious 'bump' baffles Fermilab scientists probing how world works

11 May 2016 - Scientific American (podcast)
Everything there is

11 May 2016 - Maine News Online
LHC all set for Experimental Run, Berkeley Lab Scientists to Take Part in Particle-hunting Season

11 May 2016 - Phys.org
CERN's Large Hadron Collider is once again smashing protons, taking data

10 May 2016 - Bloomberg
CERN resumes hunt for dark matter after marten chews power cable

10 May 2016 - Science 2.0
Scavenging LHC data: The CMS data scouting technique

10 May 2016 - Physicsworld.com
Parallel-universe search focuses on neutrons

10 May 2016 - International Business Times
CERN LHC Update: Large Hadron Collider begins 2016 run as scientists train sights on physics beyond the standard model

9 May 2016 - Ars Technica
Weasel's suicide delays but does not stop our biggest particle collider

9 May 2016 - Popular Science
Take a look at the Infinity machine

9 May 2016 - The Guardian
And we're off! CERN declares start of 2016 LHC physics season

9 May 2016 - Symmetry magazine
LHC prepares to deliver six times the data

9 May 2016 - Belfast Telegraph
CERN's Large Hadron Collider back in action after weasel incident

8 May 2016 - The Guardian
Europe chooses its 'roadmap' for science facilities

8 May 2016 - Kavli IPMU
A theoretical physicist’s take on spacetime dimensions

6 May 2016 - Phys.Org
World's largest particle smasher set to push physics into unknown

4 May 2016 - Universe Today
Is a new particle about to be announced?

4 May 2016 - Times of India
IISc inks pact with French centre for research beyond 'god particle'

3 May 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Tiny tests seek the universe's big mysteries

3 May 2016 - Boston Review
How Stuff Works: A Primer on the Standard Model

3 May 2016 - Symmetry magazine
EXO-200 resumes its underground quest

3 May 2016 - Newsweek
'Little animal' shuts down Large Hadron Collider for entire week

3 May 2016 - ExtremeTech
Possible new particle from LHC has physicists cautiously excited

2 May 2016 - New York Times
Physicists abuzz about possible new particle as CERN revs up

2 May 2016 - ScienceAlert
Hints of an unexpected new particle are getting stronger, and physicists are stumped

30 April 2016 - The Verge
The Large Hadron Collider was shut down by a small mammal

29 April 2016 - NPR
Weasel apparently shuts down world's most powerful particle collider

29 April 2016 - New Scientist
Weasel halts LHC experiments after chewing on a power cable

29 April 2016 - Inside Science News Service
Physicists look beyond WIMPS for dark matter

29 April 2016 - International Business Times
Scientists trace high-energy cosmic neutrino back to its home ‘blazar’r

27 April 2016 - New Scientist
That’s odd: Unruly penguins hint where all the antimatter went

27 April 2016 - International Business Times
CERN Releases 300 TB Of LHC Proton Collision Data, Along With Tools Needed To Study It

27 April 2016 - The Space Reporter
CERN releases data on fundamental physics of the universe

26 April 2016 - The Washington Post
Open sourcing the secrets of the universe: A huge amount of Large Hadron Collider data is now online

25 April 2016 - Smithsonian
Explore 300 terabytes of CERN data now free to download

25 April 2016 - The Verge
You can now download 300TB of data from the Large Hadron Collider

25 April 2016 - Quartz
Amateur Einsteins rejoice: CERN has put 300TB of data from the Large Hadron Collider online

25 April 2016 - Brookhaven National Laboratory
Brookhaven's Oleg Gang Named a Battelle 'Inventor of the Year'

22 April 2016 - Symmetry magazine
LHC data at your fingertips

20 April 2016 - BBC News
Large Hadron Collider can be 'world's biggest rain meter'

20 April 2016 - Nature News
Zoo of theories showcased in publications on LHC anomaly

20 April 2016 - Ars Technica
Researchers may have observed sources of gravitational waves, cosmic neutrinos

20 April 2016 - The Conversation UK
What the European Union can learn from CERN about international co-operation

19 April 2016 - The Architect's Newspaper
A science center fit for particle physicists and visitors alike

19 April 2016 - HowStuffWorks NOW
Large Hadron Collider's spring break finally ending

19 April 2016 - Physicsworld.com
Theorizing about the LHC's 750 GeV bump

19 April 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Physicists hunt for the Big Bang’s triangles

19 April 2016 - Cosmos
High-energy neutrino nabbed by Antarctic detector

18 April 2016 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab event works to get kids excited about science

18 April 2016 - New York Times
‘The Universe in Your Hand’ and ‘Seven Brief Lessons on Physics’ (Book review)

15 April 2016 - Gizmodo
Why discovering a new particle would be such a huge deal

15 April 2016 - Science 2.0
New physics in the angular distribution of B decays ?


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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

18 December 2015 - InterAction Collaboration
CERN Director-General Rolf Heuer passes the baton to Fabiola Gianotti

14 December 2015 - InterAction Collaboration
Winning photo in the Global Physics Photowalk evokes childhood wonder

14 December 2015 - LBL
New results from world’s most sensitive dark matter detector

8 December 2015 - BNL
RHIC Particle smashups find that shape matters

7 December 2015 - TRIUMF/KEK
Canada and Japan strengthen partnership to advance physics research

25 November 2015 - CERN
The LHC collides ions at new record energy

20 November 2015 - BNL
Supercomputing the strange difference between matter and antimatter

19 November 2015 - SLAC
$13.5M Moore grant to develop working ‘accelerator on a chip’ prototype

11 November 2015 - INFN-LNGS
XENON1T: Gearing up to detect dark matter

9 November 2015 - InterAction Collaboration
Laboratories reveal what’s behind their scenes: Global Physics Photowalk Competition is on!

5 November 2015 - LBL
Supernova twins: Making standard candles more standard than ever

4 November 2015 - BNL
Physicists measure force that makes antimatter stick together

29 October 2015: CERN
LHC luminosity upgrade project moving to next phase

12 October 2015: CERN
Arts@CERN announces three new open calls and the arrival of new artists in residence

5 October 2015: BNL
Brookhaven Lab scientist Veljko Radeka shares inaugural American Physical Society Division of Particles and Fields Instrumentation Award

21 September 2015: LBL
DESI, an ambitious probe of dark energy, achieves its next major milestone

18 September 2015: CERN
Professor Sijbrand de Jong elected as next President of CERN Council

9 September 2015: CERN
One month to go until TEDxCERN "breaks the rules"

8 September 2015: Kavli IPMU
Latest results from dark matter detector XMASS presented in Torino

7 September 2015: InterAction Collaboration
Global Physics Photowalk 2015

1 September 2015: CERN
ATLAS and CMS experiments shed light on Higgs properties

28 August 2015: KEK
Pioneering BaBar and Belle joint analysis

26 August 2015: SLAC
Antimatter catches a wave at SLAC

17 August 2015: CERN
The ALICE experiment at CERN makes precise comparison of light nuclei and antinuclei

17 August 2015: FNAL
Dark Energy Survey finds more celestial neighbors

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a Particle Physics In The News

24 May 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Of bison and bosons

24 May 2016 - Forbes
Where is new physics hiding, and how can we find it?

24 May 2016 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Hunting for dark matter’s ‘hidden valley’

21 May 2016 - Forbes
China's biggest bang, A supercollider twice the size of CERN's

21 May 2016 - ChinaTopix
China to begin building world’s largest supercollider by 2021

20 May 2016 - Imperial College London
Proton beam therapy and physics to be explored in research collaboration

20 May 2016 - Discovery News
LHC Opens the quantum physics floodgates

19 May 2016 - AP
Scientists gravitate to Rapid City to talk deep,underground neutrinos

19 May 2016 - Huffington Post
Large Hadron Collider update and your participation

19 May 2016 - Forbes
The Biggest Hopes Of What A New Particle At The LHC Might Reveal

18 May 2016 - Cosmos
Watch: an experiment to create and 'taste' neutrinos

18 May 2016 - Huffington Post
Meet the most powerful woman in particle physics

17 May 2016 - Scientific American
The collider that could save physics

17 May 2016 - Phys.Org
LHC reboot promises piles of new data

16 May 2016 - UBC Faculty of Science (press release)
New TRIUMF branch office bolsters Canada-Japan partnership in physics research

16 May 2016 - The Smithosonian
Wander about an art installation inspired by the Large Hadron Collider

16 May 2016 - The Wire
Start of LHC's 2016 run suffused with hopes of a new particle

15 May 2016 - The Japan News
Follow Swiss lead in science, technology

14 May 2016 - The Guardian
Picturing particles: The evolution of event displays

12 May 2016 - Nature News
LHC for quasiparticles reveals material secrets

12 May 2016 - Science Alert
Physicists just smashed quasiparticles together for the first time

12 May 2016 - Phys.Org
Hints of unknown elementary particle explained using Swedish theory

12 May 2016 - Voice of America
Mysterious 'bump' baffles Fermilab scientists probing how world works

11 May 2016 - Scientific American (podcast)
Everything there is

11 May 2016 - Maine News Online
LHC all set for Experimental Run, Berkeley Lab Scientists to Take Part in Particle-hunting Season

11 May 2016 - Phys.org
CERN's Large Hadron Collider is once again smashing protons, taking data

10 May 2016 - Bloomberg
CERN resumes hunt for dark matter after marten chews power cable

10 May 2016 - Science 2.0
Scavenging LHC data: The CMS data scouting technique

10 May 2016 - Physicsworld.com
Parallel-universe search focuses on neutrons

10 May 2016 - International Business Times
CERN LHC Update: Large Hadron Collider begins 2016 run as scientists train sights on physics beyond the standard model

9 May 2016 - Ars Technica
Weasel's suicide delays but does not stop our biggest particle collider

9 May 2016 - Popular Science
Take a look at the Infinity machine

9 May 2016 - The Guardian
And we're off! CERN declares start of 2016 LHC physics season

9 May 2016 - Symmetry magazine
LHC prepares to deliver six times the data

9 May 2016 - Belfast Telegraph
CERN's Large Hadron Collider back in action after weasel incident

8 May 2016 - The Guardian
Europe chooses its 'roadmap' for science facilities

8 May 2016 - Kavli IPMU
A theoretical physicist’s take on spacetime dimensions

6 May 2016 - Phys.Org
World's largest particle smasher set to push physics into unknown

4 May 2016 - Universe Today
Is a new particle about to be announced?

4 May 2016 - Times of India
IISc inks pact with French centre for research beyond 'god particle'

3 May 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Tiny tests seek the universe's big mysteries

3 May 2016 - Boston Review
How Stuff Works: A Primer on the Standard Model

3 May 2016 - Symmetry magazine
EXO-200 resumes its underground quest

3 May 2016 - Newsweek
'Little animal' shuts down Large Hadron Collider for entire week

3 May 2016 - ExtremeTech
Possible new particle from LHC has physicists cautiously excited

2 May 2016 - New York Times
Physicists abuzz about possible new particle as CERN revs up

2 May 2016 - ScienceAlert
Hints of an unexpected new particle are getting stronger, and physicists are stumped

30 April 2016 - The Verge
The Large Hadron Collider was shut down by a small mammal

29 April 2016 - NPR
Weasel apparently shuts down world's most powerful particle collider

29 April 2016 - New Scientist
Weasel halts LHC experiments after chewing on a power cable

29 April 2016 - Inside Science News Service
Physicists look beyond WIMPS for dark matter

29 April 2016 - International Business Times
Scientists trace high-energy cosmic neutrino back to its home ‘blazar’r

27 April 2016 - New Scientist
That’s odd: Unruly penguins hint where all the antimatter went

27 April 2016 - International Business Times
CERN Releases 300 TB Of LHC Proton Collision Data, Along With Tools Needed To Study It

27 April 2016 - The Space Reporter
CERN releases data on fundamental physics of the universe

26 April 2016 - The Washington Post
Open sourcing the secrets of the universe: A huge amount of Large Hadron Collider data is now online

25 April 2016 - Smithsonian
Explore 300 terabytes of CERN data now free to download

25 April 2016 - The Verge
You can now download 300TB of data from the Large Hadron Collider

25 April 2016 - Quartz
Amateur Einsteins rejoice: CERN has put 300TB of data from the Large Hadron Collider online

25 April 2016 - Brookhaven National Laboratory
Brookhaven's Oleg Gang Named a Battelle 'Inventor of the Year'

22 April 2016 - Symmetry magazine
LHC data at your fingertips

20 April 2016 - BBC News
Large Hadron Collider can be 'world's biggest rain meter'

20 April 2016 - Nature News
Zoo of theories showcased in publications on LHC anomaly

20 April 2016 - Ars Technica
Researchers may have observed sources of gravitational waves, cosmic neutrinos

20 April 2016 - The Conversation UK
What the European Union can learn from CERN about international co-operation

19 April 2016 - The Architect's Newspaper
A science center fit for particle physicists and visitors alike

19 April 2016 - HowStuffWorks NOW
Large Hadron Collider's spring break finally ending

19 April 2016 - Physicsworld.com
Theorizing about the LHC's 750 GeV bump

19 April 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Physicists hunt for the Big Bang’s triangles

19 April 2016 - Cosmos
High-energy neutrino nabbed by Antarctic detector

18 April 2016 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab event works to get kids excited about science

18 April 2016 - New York Times
‘The Universe in Your Hand’ and ‘Seven Brief Lessons on Physics’ (Book review)

15 April 2016 - Gizmodo
Why discovering a new particle would be such a huge deal

15 April 2016 - Science 2.0
New physics in the angular distribution of B decays ?


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  • Why do objects feel solid?
  • Mommy, Daddy, where does mass come from?
  • Following LIGO’s treasure maps
  • EXO-200 resumes its underground quest
  • A GUT feeling about physics
  • The hottest job in physics?

Accelerating News
  • First concept for FCC-EE main dipoles
  • Successful tests of 11T dipole at CERN
  • FP7 CESSAMag and science diplomacy
  • HTS Tl-based coatings for FCC beam screens
  • Accelerator energy efficiency workshop
  • LINAC4 ready to go up in energy

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15 - 21 May 2016

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