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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

12 August 2015: CERN
The BASE experiment at CERN compares protons and antiprotons with high precision

7 August 2015: FNAL
Fermilab experiment sees neutrinos change over 500 miles

27 July 2015: CERN
The latest results from the LHC experiments are presented in Vienna

22 July 2015: Kavli IPMU
Déjà-vu, New Theory Says Dark Matter Acts Like Well-Known Particle

14 July 2015: CERN
LHCb experiment reports observation of exotic pentaquark particles

8 July 2015: FNAL
Fermilab's flagship accelerator sets world record

16 June 2015: INFN
INFN: Discovery of the tau neutrino appearance

15 June 2015: CERN
CERN announces winners of its 2015 beamline for schools competition

3 June 2015: CERN
LHC experiments are back in business at a new record energy

21 May 2015: CERN
First images of collisions at 13 TeV

13 May 2015: CERN
CMS and LHCb experiments reveal new rare particle decay

7 May 2015: CERN
US-CERN agreement paves way for new era of scientific discovery

30 April 2015: CERN
Arts@CERN announces three winning artists and launches an open call

30 April 2015: APPEC
Towards the realization of a global neutrino infrastructure

22 April 2015: FNAL/CERN/INFN
ICARUS neutrino experiment to move to Fermilab

22 April 2015: Linear Collider Collaboration
Towards the realisation of the International Linear Collider

15 April 2015: CERN
Physics community to discuss latest results of the AMS experiment

14 April 2015: BNL
Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider smashes record for polarized proton luminosity at 200 gev collision energy

13 April 2015: DES
Mapping the cosmos: Dark Energy Survey creates detailed guide to spotting dark matter

9 April 2015: Berkeley Lab and INFN
CUORE - Early results from ultra-cold neutrino experiment

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Proton beams are back in the LHC

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27 August 2015 - symmetry
Looking for strings inside inflation

27 August 2015 - Phys.org
Evidence suggests subatomic particles could defy the standard model

27 August 2015 - Nature
Cosmic neutrinos abound (Subscription required)

26 August 2015 - symmetry
Scientists accelerate antimatter

26 August 2015 - Next Big Future
Progress to smaller, cheaper particle colliders and efficient antimatter production

26 August 2015 - New Scientist
High-energy LHC plans held up by UFOs and electron clouds

26 August 2015 - The Economist (blog)
What the universe is made of

26 August 2015 - Nature
Dark-energy search narrows (Subscription required)

25 August 2015 - BBC News
What is our Universe made of?

25 August 2015 - Discovery News
Second cosmic ray detector delivered to Space Station

25 August 2015 - Lab Manager Magazine
After a half century, the exotic pentaquark particle is found

25 August 2015 - Techie News
CERN preps LHC for higher intensity collisions

25 August 2015 - Forbes
How quantum symmetry makes solid matter possible

24 August 2015 - The Washington Post
At a gathering of physics geniuses, Stephen Hawking is set to present an ‘exciting new idea’ on black holes

24 August 2015 - Wired
The huge, pricey detectors that capture tiny neutrinos

23 August 2015 - Christian Science Monitor
Is dark energy caused by 'chameleon' particles?

22 August 2015 - Slate Magazine (blog)
Straight Outta Physics

22 August 2015 - Tech Times
Scientists detect cosmic neutrinos using network of sensors under antarctic ice: Why you should care

22 August 2015 - International Business Times
Dark energy 'chameleon fields' could explain what universe is made of

21 August 2015 - The Wall Street Journal
The physicist who’s saving the music

21 August 2015 - Huffington Post
Who says science movies don't matter?

21 August 2015 - Tech Times
Cosmic neutrinos spotted by IceCube lab beneath Antarctic ice

21 August 2015 - R & D Magazine
Physicist tests theories of dark energy by mimicking the vacuum of space

20 August 2015 - io9
How did scientists discover the neutrino when it has no charge and no mass?

20 August 2015 - The Economist
What is the universe made of?

20 August 2015 - The Conversation
The search for ‘dark matter’ and ‘dark energy’ just got interesting

20 August 2015 - Quanta Magazine
The case for complex dark matter

20 August 2015 - Live Science
Ghostly particles from outer space detected in Antarctic

20 August 2015 - The Times
The ALICE experiment at CERN makes precise comparison of light nuclei and antinuclei

20 August 2015 - insideHPC
High performance computing for the LHC (Video)

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The Large Hadron Collider and what its future holds

20 August 2015 - The Guardian
Existence of cosmic neutrinos confirmed by Antarctic scientists

20 August 2015 - AAAS/Science
Tiny fountain of atoms sparks big insights into dark energy

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Dark energy survey spots new neighbors

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U. of Iowa researcher brings particle accelerator experiment to colleges

19 August 2015 - New Scientist
Possible new particle hints that universe may not be left-handed

19 August 2015 - New Scientist
High-energy LHC plans held up by UFOs and electron clouds

19 August 2015 - Deutsche Welle
India goes underground in hunt for neutrinos

19 August 2015 - iTech Post
CERN's ALICE experiment compares matter to antimatter

19 August 2015 - Physicsworld
GRAND plans for new neutrino observatory

18 August 2015 - Astronomy Now Online
Dark energy survey finds eight more galactic neighbours

18 August 2015 - International Business Times
CERN experiment confirms matter-antimatter CPT symmetry for light nuclei, antinuclei

18 August 2015 - Science 2.0 (blog)
First CMS physics result at 13 TeV: Top quarks

18 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
The Large Hadron Collider could be coming to an IMAX near you

18 August 2015 - WIRED
The hadron collider is smashing old ideas

18 August 2015 - Live Science
Ghostly particles detected beneath earth

17 August 2015 - Techfragments
More celestial neighbors Found by Dark Energy Survey

17 August 2015 - The Register
Captain, dark energy sensor readings show dwarf galaxies orbiting the Milky Way

17 August 2015 - Science 2.0 (blog)
A three inch equation: Gravity's effect at the smallest length scales

16 August 2015 - Duluth News Tribune
Northland lab offers glimpse of elusive neutrinos

14 August 2015 - Physicsworld.com
Physicists isolate neutrinos from Earth's mantle for first time

14 August 2015 - Pioneer News
Scientists discuss novel discovery with NOvA experiment

14 August 2015 - Computerworld
CERN's data stores soar to 530M gigabytes

14 August 2015 - Royal Society of Chemistry
CERN takes aim at proton and antiproton

14 August 2015 - Business Insider Australia
We visited the last place left in America that's piecing together the origins of the universe

13 August 2015 - Quanta Magazine
How does symmetry shape nature’s laws?

13 August 2015 - Interantional Business Times
Matter and antimatter are true mirror images, CERN experiment shows

13 August 2015 - Raw Story
Nuclear science has changed practically everything around us

13 August 2015 - Techie News
Unraveling mysteries surrounding neutrinos may help us understand Universe better

12 August 2015 - Nature News
Age of the neutrino: Plans to decipher mysterious particle take shape

12 August 2015 - Phys.org
Protons and antiprotons appear to be true mirror images

12 August 2015 - Phys.org
Using an electron to probe the tiny magnetic core of an atom

12 August 2015 - Science News for Students
Long-sought subatomic particle 'seen' at last

10 August 2015 - Space Reporter
Neutrino detection at Fermilab may help explain how the universe formed

10 August 2015 - Physicsworld
Tiny particles dance around each other in near-zero gravity

10 August 2015 - International Business Times
Fermilab's NOvA experiment detects its first oscillating neutrinos

10 August 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Physicist, author shares the hunt for Higgs boson particle

9 August 2015 - Forbes
The little particles that might help explain why we're here

9 August 2015 - The Guardian
A good week for neutrinos: highest-power beam delivers oscillations, space delivers highest energy

8 August 2015 - Science 2.0
Fermilab sees oscillating neutrinos change over 500 miles

8 August 2015 - Sentinel Republic
Fermilab is ”ecstatic” over first NOvA neutrino results

8 August 2015 - Gazette Tribune
Fermilab NOvA successful in detecting ‘oscillating neutrinos’

8 August 2015 - Tech Times
Fermilab's NOvA experiment records first evidence of oscillating neutrinos

7 August 2015 - BBC News
Fastest ever neutrino among slew of fresh findings

7 August 2015 - New Scientist
Neutrinos from inside Earth and deep space illuminate the cosmos

7 August 2015 - Slashgear
Fermilab successfully catches neutrino gun’s 500 mile shot

7 August 2015 - International Business Times AU
Experts to develop magnetic shield for astronauts’ protection against cosmic rays

6 August 2015 - Tech Times
Interview: Alex Wellerstein And David Saltzberg Discuss Getting History And Science Right On 'Manhattan'

6 August 2015 - Computer Business Review
As it hunts for the ‘God’ particle, CERN is changing enterprise storage as we know it

6 August 2015 - R & D Magazine
Milky Way-like galaxies may have existed in the early universe

5 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
CERN is Creating the Spaceship Shields of the Future

5 August 2015 - Nature
Only left-handed particles decay

4 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
This LEGO Large Hadron Collider Needs to Become Real

4 August 2015 - Smithsonian
Why Super-Small Black Holes Haven’t Destroyed the Universe

3 August 2015 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Notes from the Particle Physics Underground

3 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
Here's How Monumental the LHC's Mountain of Data Really Is

3 August 2015 - Science AAAS
Tiny black holes could trigger collapse of universe—except that they don't

1 August 2015 - Tech Worm
Scientists developing method that could turn CO2 in the air into fuel

1 August 2015 - The Inquirer
CERN: How particle physics has shaped IT

31 July 2015 - Geo News
Pakistan becomes first Asian Associate Member State of CERN

31 July 2015 - Scientific Computing
Data Deluge Pushes Mass Spec Imaging to New Heights

30 July 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab expansion plan signals big future at laboratory site

30 July 2015 - Tech Times
CERN Scientists Build Small Linear Accelerator For Medical Applications

29 July 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Nobel Prize winner to speak at Fermilab

29 July 2015 - Computing
How businesses are benefiting from the technology behind CERN's Large Hadron Collider

29 July 2015 - Nature
‘Half-pipe’ telescope will probe dark energy in teen Universe

28 July 2015 - PhysOrg
A miniature accelerator to treat cancer

28 July 2015 - Retail Week
Analysis: How science from Cern is colliding with retail to crack big data

28 July 2015 - PhysOrg
Latest results from the LHC experiments are presented in Vienna

27 July 2015 - The Daily Californian
UC Berkeley researchers help develop theory on dark matter’s mass, interactions

27 July 2015 - Discovery News
LHC Keeps Bruising 'Difficult to Kill' Supersymmetry

27 July 2015 - Physics Today
Can antimatter figure in nuclear geopolitics?

27 July 2015 - Imperial College London
New study shows universe is left-handed


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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

12 August 2015: CERN
The BASE experiment at CERN compares protons and antiprotons with high precision

7 August 2015: FNAL
Fermilab experiment sees neutrinos change over 500 miles

27 July 2015: CERN
The latest results from the LHC experiments are presented in Vienna

22 July 2015: Kavli IPMU
Déjà-vu, New Theory Says Dark Matter Acts Like Well-Known Particle

14 July 2015: CERN
LHCb experiment reports observation of exotic pentaquark particles

8 July 2015: FNAL
Fermilab's flagship accelerator sets world record

16 June 2015: INFN
INFN: Discovery of the tau neutrino appearance

15 June 2015: CERN
CERN announces winners of its 2015 beamline for schools competition

3 June 2015: CERN
LHC experiments are back in business at a new record energy

21 May 2015: CERN
First images of collisions at 13 TeV

13 May 2015: CERN
CMS and LHCb experiments reveal new rare particle decay

7 May 2015: CERN
US-CERN agreement paves way for new era of scientific discovery

30 April 2015: CERN
Arts@CERN announces three winning artists and launches an open call

30 April 2015: APPEC
Towards the realization of a global neutrino infrastructure

22 April 2015: FNAL/CERN/INFN
ICARUS neutrino experiment to move to Fermilab

22 April 2015: Linear Collider Collaboration
Towards the realisation of the International Linear Collider

15 April 2015: CERN
Physics community to discuss latest results of the AMS experiment

14 April 2015: BNL
Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider smashes record for polarized proton luminosity at 200 gev collision energy

13 April 2015: DES
Mapping the cosmos: Dark Energy Survey creates detailed guide to spotting dark matter

9 April 2015: Berkeley Lab and INFN
CUORE - Early results from ultra-cold neutrino experiment

5 April 2015: CERN
Proton beams are back in the LHC

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27 August 2015 - symmetry
Looking for strings inside inflation

27 August 2015 - Phys.org
Evidence suggests subatomic particles could defy the standard model

27 August 2015 - Nature
Cosmic neutrinos abound (Subscription required)

26 August 2015 - symmetry
Scientists accelerate antimatter

26 August 2015 - Next Big Future
Progress to smaller, cheaper particle colliders and efficient antimatter production

26 August 2015 - New Scientist
High-energy LHC plans held up by UFOs and electron clouds

26 August 2015 - The Economist (blog)
What the universe is made of

26 August 2015 - Nature
Dark-energy search narrows (Subscription required)

25 August 2015 - BBC News
What is our Universe made of?

25 August 2015 - Discovery News
Second cosmic ray detector delivered to Space Station

25 August 2015 - Lab Manager Magazine
After a half century, the exotic pentaquark particle is found

25 August 2015 - Techie News
CERN preps LHC for higher intensity collisions

25 August 2015 - Forbes
How quantum symmetry makes solid matter possible

24 August 2015 - The Washington Post
At a gathering of physics geniuses, Stephen Hawking is set to present an ‘exciting new idea’ on black holes

24 August 2015 - Wired
The huge, pricey detectors that capture tiny neutrinos

23 August 2015 - Christian Science Monitor
Is dark energy caused by 'chameleon' particles?

22 August 2015 - Slate Magazine (blog)
Straight Outta Physics

22 August 2015 - Tech Times
Scientists detect cosmic neutrinos using network of sensors under antarctic ice: Why you should care

22 August 2015 - International Business Times
Dark energy 'chameleon fields' could explain what universe is made of

21 August 2015 - The Wall Street Journal
The physicist who’s saving the music

21 August 2015 - Huffington Post
Who says science movies don't matter?

21 August 2015 - Tech Times
Cosmic neutrinos spotted by IceCube lab beneath Antarctic ice

21 August 2015 - R & D Magazine
Physicist tests theories of dark energy by mimicking the vacuum of space

20 August 2015 - io9
How did scientists discover the neutrino when it has no charge and no mass?

20 August 2015 - The Economist
What is the universe made of?

20 August 2015 - The Conversation
The search for ‘dark matter’ and ‘dark energy’ just got interesting

20 August 2015 - Quanta Magazine
The case for complex dark matter

20 August 2015 - Live Science
Ghostly particles from outer space detected in Antarctic

20 August 2015 - The Times
The ALICE experiment at CERN makes precise comparison of light nuclei and antinuclei

20 August 2015 - insideHPC
High performance computing for the LHC (Video)

20 August 2015 - The News Hub
The Large Hadron Collider and what its future holds

20 August 2015 - The Guardian
Existence of cosmic neutrinos confirmed by Antarctic scientists

20 August 2015 - AAAS/Science
Tiny fountain of atoms sparks big insights into dark energy

19 August 2015 - AAAS/Science
Dark energy survey spots new neighbors

19 August 2015 - USA Today
U. of Iowa researcher brings particle accelerator experiment to colleges

19 August 2015 - New Scientist
Possible new particle hints that universe may not be left-handed

19 August 2015 - New Scientist
High-energy LHC plans held up by UFOs and electron clouds

19 August 2015 - Deutsche Welle
India goes underground in hunt for neutrinos

19 August 2015 - iTech Post
CERN's ALICE experiment compares matter to antimatter

19 August 2015 - Physicsworld
GRAND plans for new neutrino observatory

18 August 2015 - Astronomy Now Online
Dark energy survey finds eight more galactic neighbours

18 August 2015 - International Business Times
CERN experiment confirms matter-antimatter CPT symmetry for light nuclei, antinuclei

18 August 2015 - Science 2.0 (blog)
First CMS physics result at 13 TeV: Top quarks

18 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
The Large Hadron Collider could be coming to an IMAX near you

18 August 2015 - WIRED
The hadron collider is smashing old ideas

18 August 2015 - Live Science
Ghostly particles detected beneath earth

17 August 2015 - Techfragments
More celestial neighbors Found by Dark Energy Survey

17 August 2015 - The Register
Captain, dark energy sensor readings show dwarf galaxies orbiting the Milky Way

17 August 2015 - Science 2.0 (blog)
A three inch equation: Gravity's effect at the smallest length scales

16 August 2015 - Duluth News Tribune
Northland lab offers glimpse of elusive neutrinos

14 August 2015 - Physicsworld.com
Physicists isolate neutrinos from Earth's mantle for first time

14 August 2015 - Pioneer News
Scientists discuss novel discovery with NOvA experiment

14 August 2015 - Computerworld
CERN's data stores soar to 530M gigabytes

14 August 2015 - Royal Society of Chemistry
CERN takes aim at proton and antiproton

14 August 2015 - Business Insider Australia
We visited the last place left in America that's piecing together the origins of the universe

13 August 2015 - Quanta Magazine
How does symmetry shape nature’s laws?

13 August 2015 - Interantional Business Times
Matter and antimatter are true mirror images, CERN experiment shows

13 August 2015 - Raw Story
Nuclear science has changed practically everything around us

13 August 2015 - Techie News
Unraveling mysteries surrounding neutrinos may help us understand Universe better

12 August 2015 - Nature News
Age of the neutrino: Plans to decipher mysterious particle take shape

12 August 2015 - Phys.org
Protons and antiprotons appear to be true mirror images

12 August 2015 - Phys.org
Using an electron to probe the tiny magnetic core of an atom

12 August 2015 - Science News for Students
Long-sought subatomic particle 'seen' at last

10 August 2015 - Space Reporter
Neutrino detection at Fermilab may help explain how the universe formed

10 August 2015 - Physicsworld
Tiny particles dance around each other in near-zero gravity

10 August 2015 - International Business Times
Fermilab's NOvA experiment detects its first oscillating neutrinos

10 August 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Physicist, author shares the hunt for Higgs boson particle

9 August 2015 - Forbes
The little particles that might help explain why we're here

9 August 2015 - The Guardian
A good week for neutrinos: highest-power beam delivers oscillations, space delivers highest energy

8 August 2015 - Science 2.0
Fermilab sees oscillating neutrinos change over 500 miles

8 August 2015 - Sentinel Republic
Fermilab is ”ecstatic” over first NOvA neutrino results

8 August 2015 - Gazette Tribune
Fermilab NOvA successful in detecting ‘oscillating neutrinos’

8 August 2015 - Tech Times
Fermilab's NOvA experiment records first evidence of oscillating neutrinos

7 August 2015 - BBC News
Fastest ever neutrino among slew of fresh findings

7 August 2015 - New Scientist
Neutrinos from inside Earth and deep space illuminate the cosmos

7 August 2015 - Slashgear
Fermilab successfully catches neutrino gun’s 500 mile shot

7 August 2015 - International Business Times AU
Experts to develop magnetic shield for astronauts’ protection against cosmic rays

6 August 2015 - Tech Times
Interview: Alex Wellerstein And David Saltzberg Discuss Getting History And Science Right On 'Manhattan'

6 August 2015 - Computer Business Review
As it hunts for the ‘God’ particle, CERN is changing enterprise storage as we know it

6 August 2015 - R & D Magazine
Milky Way-like galaxies may have existed in the early universe

5 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
CERN is Creating the Spaceship Shields of the Future

5 August 2015 - Nature
Only left-handed particles decay

4 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
This LEGO Large Hadron Collider Needs to Become Real

4 August 2015 - Smithsonian
Why Super-Small Black Holes Haven’t Destroyed the Universe

3 August 2015 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Notes from the Particle Physics Underground

3 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
Here's How Monumental the LHC's Mountain of Data Really Is

3 August 2015 - Science AAAS
Tiny black holes could trigger collapse of universe—except that they don't

1 August 2015 - Tech Worm
Scientists developing method that could turn CO2 in the air into fuel

1 August 2015 - The Inquirer
CERN: How particle physics has shaped IT

31 July 2015 - Geo News
Pakistan becomes first Asian Associate Member State of CERN

31 July 2015 - Scientific Computing
Data Deluge Pushes Mass Spec Imaging to New Heights

30 July 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab expansion plan signals big future at laboratory site

30 July 2015 - Tech Times
CERN Scientists Build Small Linear Accelerator For Medical Applications

29 July 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Nobel Prize winner to speak at Fermilab

29 July 2015 - Computing
How businesses are benefiting from the technology behind CERN's Large Hadron Collider

29 July 2015 - Nature
‘Half-pipe’ telescope will probe dark energy in teen Universe

28 July 2015 - PhysOrg
A miniature accelerator to treat cancer

28 July 2015 - Retail Week
Analysis: How science from Cern is colliding with retail to crack big data

28 July 2015 - PhysOrg
Latest results from the LHC experiments are presented in Vienna

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UC Berkeley researchers help develop theory on dark matter’s mass, interactions

27 July 2015 - Discovery News
LHC Keeps Bruising 'Difficult to Kill' Supersymmetry

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New study shows universe is left-handed


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26 August 2015: SLAC
Antimatter catches a wave at SLAC

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The ALICE experiment at CERN makes precise comparison of light nuclei and antinuclei

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

12 August 2015: CERN
The BASE experiment at CERN compares protons and antiprotons with high precision

7 August 2015: FNAL
Fermilab experiment sees neutrinos change over 500 miles

27 July 2015: CERN
The latest results from the LHC experiments are presented in Vienna

22 July 2015: Kavli IPMU
Déjà-vu, New Theory Says Dark Matter Acts Like Well-Known Particle

14 July 2015: CERN
LHCb experiment reports observation of exotic pentaquark particles

8 July 2015: FNAL
Fermilab's flagship accelerator sets world record

16 June 2015: INFN
INFN: Discovery of the tau neutrino appearance

15 June 2015: CERN
CERN announces winners of its 2015 beamline for schools competition

3 June 2015: CERN
LHC experiments are back in business at a new record energy

21 May 2015: CERN
First images of collisions at 13 TeV

13 May 2015: CERN
CMS and LHCb experiments reveal new rare particle decay

7 May 2015: CERN
US-CERN agreement paves way for new era of scientific discovery

30 April 2015: CERN
Arts@CERN announces three winning artists and launches an open call

30 April 2015: APPEC
Towards the realization of a global neutrino infrastructure

22 April 2015: FNAL/CERN/INFN
ICARUS neutrino experiment to move to Fermilab

22 April 2015: Linear Collider Collaboration
Towards the realisation of the International Linear Collider

15 April 2015: CERN
Physics community to discuss latest results of the AMS experiment

14 April 2015: BNL
Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider smashes record for polarized proton luminosity at 200 gev collision energy

13 April 2015: DES
Mapping the cosmos: Dark Energy Survey creates detailed guide to spotting dark matter

9 April 2015: Berkeley Lab and INFN
CUORE - Early results from ultra-cold neutrino experiment

5 April 2015: CERN
Proton beams are back in the LHC

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27 August 2015 - symmetry
Looking for strings inside inflation

27 August 2015 - Phys.org
Evidence suggests subatomic particles could defy the standard model

27 August 2015 - Nature
Cosmic neutrinos abound (Subscription required)

26 August 2015 - symmetry
Scientists accelerate antimatter

26 August 2015 - Next Big Future
Progress to smaller, cheaper particle colliders and efficient antimatter production

26 August 2015 - New Scientist
High-energy LHC plans held up by UFOs and electron clouds

26 August 2015 - The Economist (blog)
What the universe is made of

26 August 2015 - Nature
Dark-energy search narrows (Subscription required)

25 August 2015 - BBC News
What is our Universe made of?

25 August 2015 - Discovery News
Second cosmic ray detector delivered to Space Station

25 August 2015 - Lab Manager Magazine
After a half century, the exotic pentaquark particle is found

25 August 2015 - Techie News
CERN preps LHC for higher intensity collisions

25 August 2015 - Forbes
How quantum symmetry makes solid matter possible

24 August 2015 - The Washington Post
At a gathering of physics geniuses, Stephen Hawking is set to present an ‘exciting new idea’ on black holes

24 August 2015 - Wired
The huge, pricey detectors that capture tiny neutrinos

23 August 2015 - Christian Science Monitor
Is dark energy caused by 'chameleon' particles?

22 August 2015 - Slate Magazine (blog)
Straight Outta Physics

22 August 2015 - Tech Times
Scientists detect cosmic neutrinos using network of sensors under antarctic ice: Why you should care

22 August 2015 - International Business Times
Dark energy 'chameleon fields' could explain what universe is made of

21 August 2015 - The Wall Street Journal
The physicist who’s saving the music

21 August 2015 - Huffington Post
Who says science movies don't matter?

21 August 2015 - Tech Times
Cosmic neutrinos spotted by IceCube lab beneath Antarctic ice

21 August 2015 - R & D Magazine
Physicist tests theories of dark energy by mimicking the vacuum of space

20 August 2015 - io9
How did scientists discover the neutrino when it has no charge and no mass?

20 August 2015 - The Economist
What is the universe made of?

20 August 2015 - The Conversation
The search for ‘dark matter’ and ‘dark energy’ just got interesting

20 August 2015 - Quanta Magazine
The case for complex dark matter

20 August 2015 - Live Science
Ghostly particles from outer space detected in Antarctic

20 August 2015 - The Times
The ALICE experiment at CERN makes precise comparison of light nuclei and antinuclei

20 August 2015 - insideHPC
High performance computing for the LHC (Video)

20 August 2015 - The News Hub
The Large Hadron Collider and what its future holds

20 August 2015 - The Guardian
Existence of cosmic neutrinos confirmed by Antarctic scientists

20 August 2015 - AAAS/Science
Tiny fountain of atoms sparks big insights into dark energy

19 August 2015 - AAAS/Science
Dark energy survey spots new neighbors

19 August 2015 - USA Today
U. of Iowa researcher brings particle accelerator experiment to colleges

19 August 2015 - New Scientist
Possible new particle hints that universe may not be left-handed

19 August 2015 - New Scientist
High-energy LHC plans held up by UFOs and electron clouds

19 August 2015 - Deutsche Welle
India goes underground in hunt for neutrinos

19 August 2015 - iTech Post
CERN's ALICE experiment compares matter to antimatter

19 August 2015 - Physicsworld
GRAND plans for new neutrino observatory

18 August 2015 - Astronomy Now Online
Dark energy survey finds eight more galactic neighbours

18 August 2015 - International Business Times
CERN experiment confirms matter-antimatter CPT symmetry for light nuclei, antinuclei

18 August 2015 - Science 2.0 (blog)
First CMS physics result at 13 TeV: Top quarks

18 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
The Large Hadron Collider could be coming to an IMAX near you

18 August 2015 - WIRED
The hadron collider is smashing old ideas

18 August 2015 - Live Science
Ghostly particles detected beneath earth

17 August 2015 - Techfragments
More celestial neighbors Found by Dark Energy Survey

17 August 2015 - The Register
Captain, dark energy sensor readings show dwarf galaxies orbiting the Milky Way

17 August 2015 - Science 2.0 (blog)
A three inch equation: Gravity's effect at the smallest length scales

16 August 2015 - Duluth News Tribune
Northland lab offers glimpse of elusive neutrinos

14 August 2015 - Physicsworld.com
Physicists isolate neutrinos from Earth's mantle for first time

14 August 2015 - Pioneer News
Scientists discuss novel discovery with NOvA experiment

14 August 2015 - Computerworld
CERN's data stores soar to 530M gigabytes

14 August 2015 - Royal Society of Chemistry
CERN takes aim at proton and antiproton

14 August 2015 - Business Insider Australia
We visited the last place left in America that's piecing together the origins of the universe

13 August 2015 - Quanta Magazine
How does symmetry shape nature’s laws?

13 August 2015 - Interantional Business Times
Matter and antimatter are true mirror images, CERN experiment shows

13 August 2015 - Raw Story
Nuclear science has changed practically everything around us

13 August 2015 - Techie News
Unraveling mysteries surrounding neutrinos may help us understand Universe better

12 August 2015 - Nature News
Age of the neutrino: Plans to decipher mysterious particle take shape

12 August 2015 - Phys.org
Protons and antiprotons appear to be true mirror images

12 August 2015 - Phys.org
Using an electron to probe the tiny magnetic core of an atom

12 August 2015 - Science News for Students
Long-sought subatomic particle 'seen' at last

10 August 2015 - Space Reporter
Neutrino detection at Fermilab may help explain how the universe formed

10 August 2015 - Physicsworld
Tiny particles dance around each other in near-zero gravity

10 August 2015 - International Business Times
Fermilab's NOvA experiment detects its first oscillating neutrinos

10 August 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Physicist, author shares the hunt for Higgs boson particle

9 August 2015 - Forbes
The little particles that might help explain why we're here

9 August 2015 - The Guardian
A good week for neutrinos: highest-power beam delivers oscillations, space delivers highest energy

8 August 2015 - Science 2.0
Fermilab sees oscillating neutrinos change over 500 miles

8 August 2015 - Sentinel Republic
Fermilab is ”ecstatic” over first NOvA neutrino results

8 August 2015 - Gazette Tribune
Fermilab NOvA successful in detecting ‘oscillating neutrinos’

8 August 2015 - Tech Times
Fermilab's NOvA experiment records first evidence of oscillating neutrinos

7 August 2015 - BBC News
Fastest ever neutrino among slew of fresh findings

7 August 2015 - New Scientist
Neutrinos from inside Earth and deep space illuminate the cosmos

7 August 2015 - Slashgear
Fermilab successfully catches neutrino gun’s 500 mile shot

7 August 2015 - International Business Times AU
Experts to develop magnetic shield for astronauts’ protection against cosmic rays

6 August 2015 - Tech Times
Interview: Alex Wellerstein And David Saltzberg Discuss Getting History And Science Right On 'Manhattan'

6 August 2015 - Computer Business Review
As it hunts for the ‘God’ particle, CERN is changing enterprise storage as we know it

6 August 2015 - R & D Magazine
Milky Way-like galaxies may have existed in the early universe

5 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
CERN is Creating the Spaceship Shields of the Future

5 August 2015 - Nature
Only left-handed particles decay

4 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
This LEGO Large Hadron Collider Needs to Become Real

4 August 2015 - Smithsonian
Why Super-Small Black Holes Haven’t Destroyed the Universe

3 August 2015 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Notes from the Particle Physics Underground

3 August 2015 - Popular Mechanics
Here's How Monumental the LHC's Mountain of Data Really Is

3 August 2015 - Science AAAS
Tiny black holes could trigger collapse of universe—except that they don't

1 August 2015 - Tech Worm
Scientists developing method that could turn CO2 in the air into fuel

1 August 2015 - The Inquirer
CERN: How particle physics has shaped IT

31 July 2015 - Geo News
Pakistan becomes first Asian Associate Member State of CERN

31 July 2015 - Scientific Computing
Data Deluge Pushes Mass Spec Imaging to New Heights

30 July 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab expansion plan signals big future at laboratory site

30 July 2015 - Tech Times
CERN Scientists Build Small Linear Accelerator For Medical Applications

29 July 2015 - Chicago Tribune
Nobel Prize winner to speak at Fermilab

29 July 2015 - Computing
How businesses are benefiting from the technology behind CERN's Large Hadron Collider

29 July 2015 - Nature
‘Half-pipe’ telescope will probe dark energy in teen Universe

28 July 2015 - PhysOrg
A miniature accelerator to treat cancer

28 July 2015 - Retail Week
Analysis: How science from Cern is colliding with retail to crack big data

28 July 2015 - PhysOrg
Latest results from the LHC experiments are presented in Vienna

27 July 2015 - The Daily Californian
UC Berkeley researchers help develop theory on dark matter’s mass, interactions

27 July 2015 - Discovery News
LHC Keeps Bruising 'Difficult to Kill' Supersymmetry

27 July 2015 - Physics Today
Can antimatter figure in nuclear geopolitics?

27 July 2015 - Imperial College London
New study shows universe is left-handed


Features

LC Newsline

20 August 2015

  • Special issue: Celebrating ten years since Snowmass (and ten years of NewsLine)
  • Ten years and counting…
  • And still they will collide
  • The big milestone timeline

CERN Bulletin

17 August 2015

  • Put to the test
  • LHC Report: Out of the clouds (Part II)
  • Touch BASE
  • The "Children of the Night" need your help
  • Volunteers for Researchers' Night wanted
  • Hardronic Festival 2015

CERN Courier

July/August 2015

  • SESAME: a bright hope for the Middle East
  • A new neutrino telescope for Lake Baikal
  • Stable beams at 13 TeV
  • LHC and Planck: where two ends meet
  • Frontier detectors for the future

symmetry magazine

  • Q&A: Marcelle Soares-Santos
  • Dark Energy Survey finds more celestial neighbors
  • The age of the universe
  • MicroBooNE sees first cosmic muons
  • Q&A: Underground machinist
  • Testing the nature of neutrinos
  • NOvA experiment announces first results

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

A Week of Interactions

16 - 22 August 2015

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