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14 April 2014: Jefferson Lab
Beam On Target! CEBAF Accelerator Achieves 12 GeV Commissioning Milestone

11 April 2014: APPEC
Gamma-ray Astronomy: Site Negotiations for Cherenkov Telescope Array Started

10 April 2014: STFC
Latest CERN Experiment Confirms Existence of Exotic Particle

7 April 2014: SDSS-III
Astronomers from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Make the Most Precise Measurement Yet of the Expanding Universe

28 March 2014: CERN
CERN and ESA sign cooperation agreement

25 March 2014: INFN
The Fourth Transformation Of Neutrinos

19 March 2014: CERN/Fermilab
International team of LHC and Tevatron scientists announces first joint result

18 March 2014: TRIUMF
Johns Hopkins University Scientist to Lead Canadian National Laboratory

18 March 2014: CERN
CERN celebrates 60 years of science for peace

17 March 2014: SLAC
Physicists Find Evidence of Cosmic Inflation

13 March 2014: CERN
CERN to host 4th edition of the CineGlobe International Film Festival

10 March 2014: CERN
10th edition of the International Masterclasses in Particle Physics to attract more than 10,000 high-school students worldwide

3 March 2014: Berkeley Lab
Standard-Candle Supernovae are Still Standard, but Why?

27 February 2014: Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Celebration of the Legacy of Godfrey Stafford

24 February 2014: Fermilab
Scientists complete the top quark puzzle

20 February 2014: Brookhaven National Laboratory
Mega-Bucks from Russia Seed Development of "Big Data" Tools

11 February 2014: Fermilab
NOvA experiment sees first long-distance neutrinos

6 February 2014: CERN
CERN prepares its long-term future

3 February 2014: Brookhaven National Laboratory
Big Chill Sets in as RHIC Physics Heats Up

21 January 2014: CERN
CERN experiment produces first beam of antihydrogen atoms for hyperfine study

15 January 2014: CERN
CERN to admit Israel as first new Member State since 1999

14 January 2014: CERN
Japanese artist, Ryoji Ikeda, wins the third Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN

8 January 2014: Kavli IPMU
A One-Percent Measure of the Universe

8 January 2014: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
BOSS Measures the Universe to One-Percent Accuracy


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15 April 2014 - Scientific American (subscription required)
Supersymmetry and the crisis in physics

15 April 2014 - New Scientist
Star dust casts doubt on recent big bang wave result

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Panel homes in on sites for gamma-ray detector

15 April 2014 - Medill Reports
Gamma rays shed light on dark matter's shrouded life

15 April 2014 - Physics World
Could pulsars explain the positron excess?

14 April 2014 - Live Science
Elusive 'exotic hadron' particles confirmed

14 April 2014 - Live Science
Beyond the Higgs: 4 weird facts about bosons

14 April 2014 - Los Angeles Times
'Cosmos' recap: Deeper and deeper still

13 April 2014 - The Guardian
Quarks bonding differently at LHCb

11 April 2014 - Nature
Shorter list for gamma-ray telescope sites, but no home yet

11 April 2014 - Science News
Exotic particle packs a foursome of quarks

10 April 2014 - New Scientist
LHC spots particle that may be new form of matter

10 April 2014 - Physics World
Have galactic 'radio loops' been mistaken for B-mode polarization?

10 April 2014 - Scientific American
Quirky quark combo creates exotic new particle

10 April 2014 - Popular Science
'Indisputable' proof of a new four-quark particle

10 April 2014 - Scientific American
Exotic space particles slam into buried South Pole detector

9 April 2014 - Ars Technica
LHC makes clear identification of a weird particle made of four quarks

9 April 2014 - New Scientist
Dark matter hunters turn to nano-blasts and enzyme ice

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The mystery of dark matter: WIMPS may have the answer

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Dark matter hunt: LUX experiment reaches critical phase

8 April 2014 - Scientific American
Dark matter may be destroying itself in Milky Way’s core

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Meet Big Bird, highest-energy neutrino ever detected

7 April 2014 - BBC
Cosmos speed-check probes dark energy

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Interferometry tips the scales on antimatter

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Fire it up! LHC begins long restart

7 April 2014 - The Register
WIMPs wipe each other out in giant radiating spot at galaxy's centre

4 April 2014 - New Scientist
Best dark matter signal yet hints at heftier particles

4 April 2014 - Universe Today
Could this be the signal of dark matter?

4 April 2014 - Science (subscription required)
The morning after, inflation result causes headaches

3 April 2014 - Ars Technica
A sort of particle-free supersymmetry found in exotic materials

3 April 2014 - Red Orbit
Tantalizing new dark matter clues

3 April 2014 - Scientific American
Gravitational waves reveal the universe before the Big Bang: An interview with physicist Gabriele Veneziano

2 April 2014 - OPB
What universe is this, anyway?

2 April 2014 - LiveScience
Weird 'techni-quarks' may lurk inside Higgs boson particle

2 April 2014 - Phys.org
Building a neutrino detector with scraps and ingenuity

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Generations of supercomputers pin down primordial plasma

31 March 2014 - Nature
Polar star

31 March 2014 - Scientific American
Multiverse Controversy Heats Up over Gravitational Waves

31 March 2014 - The Register
CERN team uses GPUs to discover if antimatter falls up, not down

30 March 2014 - The Hindu
An elusive detector for an elusive particle

28 March 2014 - Popular Science
Where Gravitational Waves Are Found: Behind The Scenes At BICEP2

28 March 2014 - India Blooms
CERN and ESA sign cooperation agreement

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Nestor: unravelling the universe’s mysteries from the bottom of the sea

26 March 2014 - The Hindu
China starts building its second neutrino experiment

26 March 2014 - Phys.org
Dark energy hides behind phantom fields

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Breakthrough: Physicists calculate mass of heaviest elementary particle

26 March 2014 - Space Daily
Discovery of New Semiconductor Holds Promise for 2D Physics and Electronics

25 March 2014 - Physics
Synopsis: Giving Weight to Antimatter

25 March 2014 - The Guardian
How wide is a Higgs?

24 March 2014 - Physicsworld.com
China to build a huge underground neutrino experiment

23 March 2014 - Science World Report
The Next Big Deal: Detecting Gravitational Waves at Your Desk

22 March 2014 - Red Orbit
Analysis Confirms Likelihood That Particles Smaller Than Higgs Boson Exist

22 March 2014 - Science 2.0
A Precise Bound On The Higgs Boson Width

21 March 2014 - Nature
Gravitational-wave finding causes 'spring cleaning' in physics

21 March 2014 - NBCNews.com
Top Quark: Mass of World's Heaviest Elementary Particle Found

21 March 2014 - UPI.com
Scientists say it's highly likely that there are particles smaller than the Higgs boson

21 March 2014 - Business Standard
Physicist Rajesh Gopakumar chosen for 2013 G D Birla award

21 March 2014 - Science 2.0
Top Quark New Best Value: LHC And Tevatron Announces First Joint Result

20 March 2014 - Washington Post
‘Particle Fever’ movie review: A true scientific search

19 March 2014 - New Scientist
Will new physics sail on gravitational waves?

19 March 2014 - U of M News Service
Major gravity wave discovery supports U-M physicist's 25-year-old theory

19 March 2014 - Physics Today
A particle physicist ventures into epidemiology

19 March 2014 - The Japan News
Particle accelerator to probe dark matter

18 March 2014 - Wired
That Signal From the Beginning of Time Could Redefine Our Universe

18 March 2014 - New Statesman
Why proof of gravitational waves is the biggest physics discovery since the Higgs Boson

18 March 2014 - ECNmag.com
CERN celebrates 60 years of science for peace

18 March 2014 - Physics
Synopsis: An Untested Window into Nuclear Structure

18 March 2014 - DigitalJournal.com
Johns Hopkins University Scientist to Lead Canadian National Laboratory

17 March 2014 - LiveScience.com
Catch the Fever … Particle Fever

17 March 2014 - Science Now
Glimpse of the Universe's First Split Second Boosts Inflation Theory

17 March 2014 - Metro
Scientists are going to change the face of cosmology and particle physics today – and we cannot wait

17 March 2014 - Nature
High-energy photon pulses made to order

17 March 2014 - The Register
Earth's night-side gets different kinds of neutrinos from day-side

17 March 2014 - Documentaries.About.com
Particle Fever - Movie Review - 2014

13 March 2014 - Discovery
Do Neutrinos Change Flavor at Night?

12 March 2014 - Medill Reports: Chicago
Fermilab seeks clues to universe in ghost-like neutrinos

11 March 2014 - Phys.org
Possible evidence for dark matter particle presented

11 March 2014 - The Guardian
750km of solid rock: new long-baseline neutrino results

10 March 2014 - Phys.Org
Whitehead named APS Woman Physicist of the Month for March

10 March 2014 - News of Belarus
Belarusian scientists help process Large Hadron Collider data

7 March 2014 - Nature
Did dark matter kill the dinosaurs?

7 March 2014 - Physics
Focus: Neutrinos Are Brighter at Night

6 March 2014 - Huffington Post
The Quest For The 'God Particle'

5 March 2014 - Science World Report
Tool Developed at CERN Makes Software Citation Easier

5 March 2014 - Popular Mechanics
CERN-Dipity: The Story of Particle Fever

5 March 2014 - Physics
Synopsis: No Quantum Black Holes Detected at LHC

5 March 2014 - Huffington Post
7-Year-Old Physics Enthusiast Wants To Know More About The Higgs Boson

4 March 2014 - Live Science
Story of the Biggest Experiment in History Caught on Film

28 February 2014 - R & D Magazine
Quirky photons spin out of the Standard Model

27 February 2014 - Phys.org
Why bigger accelerators are better in particle physics

27 February 2014 - LiveScience.com
Quantum Dropleton: Weird New Particle Acts Like Liquid

26 February 2014 - Phys.org
An atom smasher's farewell sets stage for new physics era

25 February 2014 - Huffington Post
Top Quark Particle Created At Fermilab, Lending Support For 'Standard Model'

25 February 2014 - New Scientist
Fresh hint of dark matter seen in neutrino search

25 February 2014 - Forbes
CERN Experiment Shows Why Every Artist Needs A Particle Accelerator (And Vice Versa)

25 February 2014 - GMA News
CERN physicists to teach Pinoys the secrets of the universe

25 February 2014 - Washington Post
Physics is enjoying a golden age

24 February 2014 - LiveScience.com
Elusive Top Quark Particle Created In Lab

24 February 2014 - New York Times
Coming Soon: Heroes of the Higgs

24 February 2014 - Aurora Beacon News
Fermilab scientists complete top quark puzzle

22 February 2014 - The Guardian
The future of particle physics?

22 February 2014 - Science 2.0
Superdense Primordial Soup: Heavy Flavor Tracker At Brookhaven And Quark-Gluon Plasma

21 February 2014 - Red Orbit
Large Hadron Collider Predecessor May Be Four Times Larger, Much More Powerful

20 February 2014 - Scientific American
Cosmic Mismatch Hints at the Existence of a 'Sterile' Neutrino

19 February 2014 - USA Today
CERN begins planning successor to its atom smasher

19 February 2014 - R & D Magazine
Heavy Flavor Tracker boosts physics work at STAR experiment

18 February 2014 - BBC News
Cern considers building huge physics machine

18 February 2014 - physicsworld.com
Could sterile neutrinos solve the cosmological mass conundrum?

18 February 2014 - Texas A&M University
Robert Tribble Named Brookhaven Lab's Deputy Director for Science and Technology

17 February 2014 - The Costa Rica News
Costa Rica and CERN Sign Scientific Cooperation Agreement

17 February 2014 - UW Badger Herald
UW tested solar panels may be used at IceCube Neutrino Observatory

15 February 2014 - Universe Today
NOvA Experiment Nabs Its First Neutrinos

15 February 2014 - Huffington Post
Future Particle Colliders May Dwarf CERN's Enormous Large Hadron Collider

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14 April 2014: Jefferson Lab
Beam On Target! CEBAF Accelerator Achieves 12 GeV Commissioning Milestone

11 April 2014: APPEC
Gamma-ray Astronomy: Site Negotiations for Cherenkov Telescope Array Started

10 April 2014: STFC
Latest CERN Experiment Confirms Existence of Exotic Particle

7 April 2014: SDSS-III
Astronomers from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Make the Most Precise Measurement Yet of the Expanding Universe

28 March 2014: CERN
CERN and ESA sign cooperation agreement

25 March 2014: INFN
The Fourth Transformation Of Neutrinos

19 March 2014: CERN/Fermilab
International team of LHC and Tevatron scientists announces first joint result

18 March 2014: TRIUMF
Johns Hopkins University Scientist to Lead Canadian National Laboratory

18 March 2014: CERN
CERN celebrates 60 years of science for peace

17 March 2014: SLAC
Physicists Find Evidence of Cosmic Inflation

13 March 2014: CERN
CERN to host 4th edition of the CineGlobe International Film Festival

10 March 2014: CERN
10th edition of the International Masterclasses in Particle Physics to attract more than 10,000 high-school students worldwide

3 March 2014: Berkeley Lab
Standard-Candle Supernovae are Still Standard, but Why?

27 February 2014: Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Celebration of the Legacy of Godfrey Stafford

24 February 2014: Fermilab
Scientists complete the top quark puzzle

20 February 2014: Brookhaven National Laboratory
Mega-Bucks from Russia Seed Development of "Big Data" Tools

11 February 2014: Fermilab
NOvA experiment sees first long-distance neutrinos

6 February 2014: CERN
CERN prepares its long-term future

3 February 2014: Brookhaven National Laboratory
Big Chill Sets in as RHIC Physics Heats Up

21 January 2014: CERN
CERN experiment produces first beam of antihydrogen atoms for hyperfine study

15 January 2014: CERN
CERN to admit Israel as first new Member State since 1999

14 January 2014: CERN
Japanese artist, Ryoji Ikeda, wins the third Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN

8 January 2014: Kavli IPMU
A One-Percent Measure of the Universe

8 January 2014: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
BOSS Measures the Universe to One-Percent Accuracy


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a Particle Physics In The News

15 April 2014 - Scientific American (subscription required)
Supersymmetry and the crisis in physics

15 April 2014 - New Scientist
Star dust casts doubt on recent big bang wave result

15 April 2014 - Nature News
Panel homes in on sites for gamma-ray detector

15 April 2014 - Medill Reports
Gamma rays shed light on dark matter's shrouded life

15 April 2014 - Physics World
Could pulsars explain the positron excess?

14 April 2014 - Live Science
Elusive 'exotic hadron' particles confirmed

14 April 2014 - Live Science
Beyond the Higgs: 4 weird facts about bosons

14 April 2014 - Los Angeles Times
'Cosmos' recap: Deeper and deeper still

13 April 2014 - The Guardian
Quarks bonding differently at LHCb

11 April 2014 - Nature
Shorter list for gamma-ray telescope sites, but no home yet

11 April 2014 - Science News
Exotic particle packs a foursome of quarks

10 April 2014 - New Scientist
LHC spots particle that may be new form of matter

10 April 2014 - Physics World
Have galactic 'radio loops' been mistaken for B-mode polarization?

10 April 2014 - Scientific American
Quirky quark combo creates exotic new particle

10 April 2014 - Popular Science
'Indisputable' proof of a new four-quark particle

10 April 2014 - Scientific American
Exotic space particles slam into buried South Pole detector

9 April 2014 - Ars Technica
LHC makes clear identification of a weird particle made of four quarks

9 April 2014 - New Scientist
Dark matter hunters turn to nano-blasts and enzyme ice

8 April 2014 - TIME
The mystery of dark matter: WIMPS may have the answer

8 April 2014 - BBC News
Dark matter hunt: LUX experiment reaches critical phase

8 April 2014 - Scientific American
Dark matter may be destroying itself in Milky Way’s core

7 April 2014 - Science News
Meet Big Bird, highest-energy neutrino ever detected

7 April 2014 - BBC
Cosmos speed-check probes dark energy

7 April 2014 - Physics World
Interferometry tips the scales on antimatter

7 April 2014 - Discovery News
Fire it up! LHC begins long restart

7 April 2014 - The Register
WIMPs wipe each other out in giant radiating spot at galaxy's centre

4 April 2014 - New Scientist
Best dark matter signal yet hints at heftier particles

4 April 2014 - Universe Today
Could this be the signal of dark matter?

4 April 2014 - Science (subscription required)
The morning after, inflation result causes headaches

3 April 2014 - Ars Technica
A sort of particle-free supersymmetry found in exotic materials

3 April 2014 - Red Orbit
Tantalizing new dark matter clues

3 April 2014 - Scientific American
Gravitational waves reveal the universe before the Big Bang: An interview with physicist Gabriele Veneziano

2 April 2014 - OPB
What universe is this, anyway?

2 April 2014 - LiveScience
Weird 'techni-quarks' may lurk inside Higgs boson particle

2 April 2014 - Phys.org
Building a neutrino detector with scraps and ingenuity

1 April 2014 - Phys.org
Generations of supercomputers pin down primordial plasma

31 March 2014 - Nature
Polar star

31 March 2014 - Scientific American
Multiverse Controversy Heats Up over Gravitational Waves

31 March 2014 - The Register
CERN team uses GPUs to discover if antimatter falls up, not down

30 March 2014 - The Hindu
An elusive detector for an elusive particle

28 March 2014 - Popular Science
Where Gravitational Waves Are Found: Behind The Scenes At BICEP2

28 March 2014 - India Blooms
CERN and ESA sign cooperation agreement

28 March 2014 - EU News
Nestor: unravelling the universe’s mysteries from the bottom of the sea

26 March 2014 - The Hindu
China starts building its second neutrino experiment

26 March 2014 - Phys.org
Dark energy hides behind phantom fields

26 March 2014 - RT
Breakthrough: Physicists calculate mass of heaviest elementary particle

26 March 2014 - Space Daily
Discovery of New Semiconductor Holds Promise for 2D Physics and Electronics

25 March 2014 - Physics
Synopsis: Giving Weight to Antimatter

25 March 2014 - The Guardian
How wide is a Higgs?

24 March 2014 - Physicsworld.com
China to build a huge underground neutrino experiment

23 March 2014 - Science World Report
The Next Big Deal: Detecting Gravitational Waves at Your Desk

22 March 2014 - Red Orbit
Analysis Confirms Likelihood That Particles Smaller Than Higgs Boson Exist

22 March 2014 - Science 2.0
A Precise Bound On The Higgs Boson Width

21 March 2014 - Nature
Gravitational-wave finding causes 'spring cleaning' in physics

21 March 2014 - NBCNews.com
Top Quark: Mass of World's Heaviest Elementary Particle Found

21 March 2014 - UPI.com
Scientists say it's highly likely that there are particles smaller than the Higgs boson

21 March 2014 - Business Standard
Physicist Rajesh Gopakumar chosen for 2013 G D Birla award

21 March 2014 - Science 2.0
Top Quark New Best Value: LHC And Tevatron Announces First Joint Result

20 March 2014 - Washington Post
‘Particle Fever’ movie review: A true scientific search

19 March 2014 - New Scientist
Will new physics sail on gravitational waves?

19 March 2014 - U of M News Service
Major gravity wave discovery supports U-M physicist's 25-year-old theory

19 March 2014 - Physics Today
A particle physicist ventures into epidemiology

19 March 2014 - The Japan News
Particle accelerator to probe dark matter

18 March 2014 - Wired
That Signal From the Beginning of Time Could Redefine Our Universe

18 March 2014 - New Statesman
Why proof of gravitational waves is the biggest physics discovery since the Higgs Boson

18 March 2014 - ECNmag.com
CERN celebrates 60 years of science for peace

18 March 2014 - Physics
Synopsis: An Untested Window into Nuclear Structure

18 March 2014 - DigitalJournal.com
Johns Hopkins University Scientist to Lead Canadian National Laboratory

17 March 2014 - LiveScience.com
Catch the Fever … Particle Fever

17 March 2014 - Science Now
Glimpse of the Universe's First Split Second Boosts Inflation Theory

17 March 2014 - Metro
Scientists are going to change the face of cosmology and particle physics today – and we cannot wait

17 March 2014 - Nature
High-energy photon pulses made to order

17 March 2014 - The Register
Earth's night-side gets different kinds of neutrinos from day-side

17 March 2014 - Documentaries.About.com
Particle Fever - Movie Review - 2014

13 March 2014 - Discovery
Do Neutrinos Change Flavor at Night?

12 March 2014 - Medill Reports: Chicago
Fermilab seeks clues to universe in ghost-like neutrinos

11 March 2014 - Phys.org
Possible evidence for dark matter particle presented

11 March 2014 - The Guardian
750km of solid rock: new long-baseline neutrino results

10 March 2014 - Phys.Org
Whitehead named APS Woman Physicist of the Month for March

10 March 2014 - News of Belarus
Belarusian scientists help process Large Hadron Collider data

7 March 2014 - Nature
Did dark matter kill the dinosaurs?

7 March 2014 - Physics
Focus: Neutrinos Are Brighter at Night

6 March 2014 - Huffington Post
The Quest For The 'God Particle'

5 March 2014 - Science World Report
Tool Developed at CERN Makes Software Citation Easier

5 March 2014 - Popular Mechanics
CERN-Dipity: The Story of Particle Fever

5 March 2014 - Physics
Synopsis: No Quantum Black Holes Detected at LHC

5 March 2014 - Huffington Post
7-Year-Old Physics Enthusiast Wants To Know More About The Higgs Boson

4 March 2014 - Live Science
Story of the Biggest Experiment in History Caught on Film

28 February 2014 - R & D Magazine
Quirky photons spin out of the Standard Model

27 February 2014 - Phys.org
Why bigger accelerators are better in particle physics

27 February 2014 - LiveScience.com
Quantum Dropleton: Weird New Particle Acts Like Liquid

26 February 2014 - Phys.org
An atom smasher's farewell sets stage for new physics era

25 February 2014 - Huffington Post
Top Quark Particle Created At Fermilab, Lending Support For 'Standard Model'

25 February 2014 - New Scientist
Fresh hint of dark matter seen in neutrino search

25 February 2014 - Forbes
CERN Experiment Shows Why Every Artist Needs A Particle Accelerator (And Vice Versa)

25 February 2014 - GMA News
CERN physicists to teach Pinoys the secrets of the universe

25 February 2014 - Washington Post
Physics is enjoying a golden age

24 February 2014 - LiveScience.com
Elusive Top Quark Particle Created In Lab

24 February 2014 - New York Times
Coming Soon: Heroes of the Higgs

24 February 2014 - Aurora Beacon News
Fermilab scientists complete top quark puzzle

22 February 2014 - The Guardian
The future of particle physics?

22 February 2014 - Science 2.0
Superdense Primordial Soup: Heavy Flavor Tracker At Brookhaven And Quark-Gluon Plasma

21 February 2014 - Red Orbit
Large Hadron Collider Predecessor May Be Four Times Larger, Much More Powerful

20 February 2014 - Scientific American
Cosmic Mismatch Hints at the Existence of a 'Sterile' Neutrino

19 February 2014 - USA Today
CERN begins planning successor to its atom smasher

19 February 2014 - R & D Magazine
Heavy Flavor Tracker boosts physics work at STAR experiment

18 February 2014 - BBC News
Cern considers building huge physics machine

18 February 2014 - physicsworld.com
Could sterile neutrinos solve the cosmological mass conundrum?

18 February 2014 - Texas A&M University
Robert Tribble Named Brookhaven Lab's Deputy Director for Science and Technology

17 February 2014 - The Costa Rica News
Costa Rica and CERN Sign Scientific Cooperation Agreement

17 February 2014 - UW Badger Herald
UW tested solar panels may be used at IceCube Neutrino Observatory

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NOvA Experiment Nabs Its First Neutrinos

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Future Particle Colliders May Dwarf CERN's Enormous Large Hadron Collider

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14 April 2014: Jefferson Lab
Beam On Target! CEBAF Accelerator Achieves 12 GeV Commissioning Milestone

11 April 2014: APPEC
Gamma-ray Astronomy: Site Negotiations for Cherenkov Telescope Array Started

10 April 2014: STFC
Latest CERN Experiment Confirms Existence of Exotic Particle

7 April 2014: SDSS-III
Astronomers from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey Make the Most Precise Measurement Yet of the Expanding Universe

28 March 2014: CERN
CERN and ESA sign cooperation agreement

25 March 2014: INFN
The Fourth Transformation Of Neutrinos

19 March 2014: CERN/Fermilab
International team of LHC and Tevatron scientists announces first joint result

18 March 2014: TRIUMF
Johns Hopkins University Scientist to Lead Canadian National Laboratory

18 March 2014: CERN
CERN celebrates 60 years of science for peace

17 March 2014: SLAC
Physicists Find Evidence of Cosmic Inflation

13 March 2014: CERN
CERN to host 4th edition of the CineGlobe International Film Festival

10 March 2014: CERN
10th edition of the International Masterclasses in Particle Physics to attract more than 10,000 high-school students worldwide

3 March 2014: Berkeley Lab
Standard-Candle Supernovae are Still Standard, but Why?

27 February 2014: Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
Celebration of the Legacy of Godfrey Stafford

24 February 2014: Fermilab
Scientists complete the top quark puzzle

20 February 2014: Brookhaven National Laboratory
Mega-Bucks from Russia Seed Development of "Big Data" Tools

11 February 2014: Fermilab
NOvA experiment sees first long-distance neutrinos

6 February 2014: CERN
CERN prepares its long-term future

3 February 2014: Brookhaven National Laboratory
Big Chill Sets in as RHIC Physics Heats Up

21 January 2014: CERN
CERN experiment produces first beam of antihydrogen atoms for hyperfine study

15 January 2014: CERN
CERN to admit Israel as first new Member State since 1999

14 January 2014: CERN
Japanese artist, Ryoji Ikeda, wins the third Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN

8 January 2014: Kavli IPMU
A One-Percent Measure of the Universe

8 January 2014: Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
BOSS Measures the Universe to One-Percent Accuracy


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a Particle Physics In The News

15 April 2014 - Scientific American (subscription required)
Supersymmetry and the crisis in physics

15 April 2014 - New Scientist
Star dust casts doubt on recent big bang wave result

15 April 2014 - Nature News
Panel homes in on sites for gamma-ray detector

15 April 2014 - Medill Reports
Gamma rays shed light on dark matter's shrouded life

15 April 2014 - Physics World
Could pulsars explain the positron excess?

14 April 2014 - Live Science
Elusive 'exotic hadron' particles confirmed

14 April 2014 - Live Science
Beyond the Higgs: 4 weird facts about bosons

14 April 2014 - Los Angeles Times
'Cosmos' recap: Deeper and deeper still

13 April 2014 - The Guardian
Quarks bonding differently at LHCb

11 April 2014 - Nature
Shorter list for gamma-ray telescope sites, but no home yet

11 April 2014 - Science News
Exotic particle packs a foursome of quarks

10 April 2014 - New Scientist
LHC spots particle that may be new form of matter

10 April 2014 - Physics World
Have galactic 'radio loops' been mistaken for B-mode polarization?

10 April 2014 - Scientific American
Quirky quark combo creates exotic new particle

10 April 2014 - Popular Science
'Indisputable' proof of a new four-quark particle

10 April 2014 - Scientific American
Exotic space particles slam into buried South Pole detector

9 April 2014 - Ars Technica
LHC makes clear identification of a weird particle made of four quarks

9 April 2014 - New Scientist
Dark matter hunters turn to nano-blasts and enzyme ice

8 April 2014 - TIME
The mystery of dark matter: WIMPS may have the answer

8 April 2014 - BBC News
Dark matter hunt: LUX experiment reaches critical phase

8 April 2014 - Scientific American
Dark matter may be destroying itself in Milky Way’s core

7 April 2014 - Science News
Meet Big Bird, highest-energy neutrino ever detected

7 April 2014 - BBC
Cosmos speed-check probes dark energy

7 April 2014 - Physics World
Interferometry tips the scales on antimatter

7 April 2014 - Discovery News
Fire it up! LHC begins long restart

7 April 2014 - The Register
WIMPs wipe each other out in giant radiating spot at galaxy's centre

4 April 2014 - New Scientist
Best dark matter signal yet hints at heftier particles

4 April 2014 - Universe Today
Could this be the signal of dark matter?

4 April 2014 - Science (subscription required)
The morning after, inflation result causes headaches

3 April 2014 - Ars Technica
A sort of particle-free supersymmetry found in exotic materials

3 April 2014 - Red Orbit
Tantalizing new dark matter clues

3 April 2014 - Scientific American
Gravitational waves reveal the universe before the Big Bang: An interview with physicist Gabriele Veneziano

2 April 2014 - OPB
What universe is this, anyway?

2 April 2014 - LiveScience
Weird 'techni-quarks' may lurk inside Higgs boson particle

2 April 2014 - Phys.org
Building a neutrino detector with scraps and ingenuity

1 April 2014 - Phys.org
Generations of supercomputers pin down primordial plasma

31 March 2014 - Nature
Polar star

31 March 2014 - Scientific American
Multiverse Controversy Heats Up over Gravitational Waves

31 March 2014 - The Register
CERN team uses GPUs to discover if antimatter falls up, not down

30 March 2014 - The Hindu
An elusive detector for an elusive particle

28 March 2014 - Popular Science
Where Gravitational Waves Are Found: Behind The Scenes At BICEP2

28 March 2014 - India Blooms
CERN and ESA sign cooperation agreement

28 March 2014 - EU News
Nestor: unravelling the universe’s mysteries from the bottom of the sea

26 March 2014 - The Hindu
China starts building its second neutrino experiment

26 March 2014 - Phys.org
Dark energy hides behind phantom fields

26 March 2014 - RT
Breakthrough: Physicists calculate mass of heaviest elementary particle

26 March 2014 - Space Daily
Discovery of New Semiconductor Holds Promise for 2D Physics and Electronics

25 March 2014 - Physics
Synopsis: Giving Weight to Antimatter

25 March 2014 - The Guardian
How wide is a Higgs?

24 March 2014 - Physicsworld.com
China to build a huge underground neutrino experiment

23 March 2014 - Science World Report
The Next Big Deal: Detecting Gravitational Waves at Your Desk

22 March 2014 - Red Orbit
Analysis Confirms Likelihood That Particles Smaller Than Higgs Boson Exist

22 March 2014 - Science 2.0
A Precise Bound On The Higgs Boson Width

21 March 2014 - Nature
Gravitational-wave finding causes 'spring cleaning' in physics

21 March 2014 - NBCNews.com
Top Quark: Mass of World's Heaviest Elementary Particle Found

21 March 2014 - UPI.com
Scientists say it's highly likely that there are particles smaller than the Higgs boson

21 March 2014 - Business Standard
Physicist Rajesh Gopakumar chosen for 2013 G D Birla award

21 March 2014 - Science 2.0
Top Quark New Best Value: LHC And Tevatron Announces First Joint Result

20 March 2014 - Washington Post
‘Particle Fever’ movie review: A true scientific search

19 March 2014 - New Scientist
Will new physics sail on gravitational waves?

19 March 2014 - U of M News Service
Major gravity wave discovery supports U-M physicist's 25-year-old theory

19 March 2014 - Physics Today
A particle physicist ventures into epidemiology

19 March 2014 - The Japan News
Particle accelerator to probe dark matter

18 March 2014 - Wired
That Signal From the Beginning of Time Could Redefine Our Universe

18 March 2014 - New Statesman
Why proof of gravitational waves is the biggest physics discovery since the Higgs Boson

18 March 2014 - ECNmag.com
CERN celebrates 60 years of science for peace

18 March 2014 - Physics
Synopsis: An Untested Window into Nuclear Structure

18 March 2014 - DigitalJournal.com
Johns Hopkins University Scientist to Lead Canadian National Laboratory

17 March 2014 - LiveScience.com
Catch the Fever … Particle Fever

17 March 2014 - Science Now
Glimpse of the Universe's First Split Second Boosts Inflation Theory

17 March 2014 - Metro
Scientists are going to change the face of cosmology and particle physics today – and we cannot wait

17 March 2014 - Nature
High-energy photon pulses made to order

17 March 2014 - The Register
Earth's night-side gets different kinds of neutrinos from day-side

17 March 2014 - Documentaries.About.com
Particle Fever - Movie Review - 2014

13 March 2014 - Discovery
Do Neutrinos Change Flavor at Night?

12 March 2014 - Medill Reports: Chicago
Fermilab seeks clues to universe in ghost-like neutrinos

11 March 2014 - Phys.org
Possible evidence for dark matter particle presented

11 March 2014 - The Guardian
750km of solid rock: new long-baseline neutrino results

10 March 2014 - Phys.Org
Whitehead named APS Woman Physicist of the Month for March

10 March 2014 - News of Belarus
Belarusian scientists help process Large Hadron Collider data

7 March 2014 - Nature
Did dark matter kill the dinosaurs?

7 March 2014 - Physics
Focus: Neutrinos Are Brighter at Night

6 March 2014 - Huffington Post
The Quest For The 'God Particle'

5 March 2014 - Science World Report
Tool Developed at CERN Makes Software Citation Easier

5 March 2014 - Popular Mechanics
CERN-Dipity: The Story of Particle Fever

5 March 2014 - Physics
Synopsis: No Quantum Black Holes Detected at LHC

5 March 2014 - Huffington Post
7-Year-Old Physics Enthusiast Wants To Know More About The Higgs Boson

4 March 2014 - Live Science
Story of the Biggest Experiment in History Caught on Film

28 February 2014 - R & D Magazine
Quirky photons spin out of the Standard Model

27 February 2014 - Phys.org
Why bigger accelerators are better in particle physics

27 February 2014 - LiveScience.com
Quantum Dropleton: Weird New Particle Acts Like Liquid

26 February 2014 - Phys.org
An atom smasher's farewell sets stage for new physics era

25 February 2014 - Huffington Post
Top Quark Particle Created At Fermilab, Lending Support For 'Standard Model'

25 February 2014 - New Scientist
Fresh hint of dark matter seen in neutrino search

25 February 2014 - Forbes
CERN Experiment Shows Why Every Artist Needs A Particle Accelerator (And Vice Versa)

25 February 2014 - GMA News
CERN physicists to teach Pinoys the secrets of the universe

25 February 2014 - Washington Post
Physics is enjoying a golden age

24 February 2014 - LiveScience.com
Elusive Top Quark Particle Created In Lab

24 February 2014 - New York Times
Coming Soon: Heroes of the Higgs

24 February 2014 - Aurora Beacon News
Fermilab scientists complete top quark puzzle

22 February 2014 - The Guardian
The future of particle physics?

22 February 2014 - Science 2.0
Superdense Primordial Soup: Heavy Flavor Tracker At Brookhaven And Quark-Gluon Plasma

21 February 2014 - Red Orbit
Large Hadron Collider Predecessor May Be Four Times Larger, Much More Powerful

20 February 2014 - Scientific American
Cosmic Mismatch Hints at the Existence of a 'Sterile' Neutrino

19 February 2014 - USA Today
CERN begins planning successor to its atom smasher

19 February 2014 - R & D Magazine
Heavy Flavor Tracker boosts physics work at STAR experiment

18 February 2014 - BBC News
Cern considers building huge physics machine

18 February 2014 - physicsworld.com
Could sterile neutrinos solve the cosmological mass conundrum?

18 February 2014 - Texas A&M University
Robert Tribble Named Brookhaven Lab's Deputy Director for Science and Technology

17 February 2014 - The Costa Rica News
Costa Rica and CERN Sign Scientific Cooperation Agreement

17 February 2014 - UW Badger Herald
UW tested solar panels may be used at IceCube Neutrino Observatory

15 February 2014 - Universe Today
NOvA Experiment Nabs Its First Neutrinos

15 February 2014 - Huffington Post
Future Particle Colliders May Dwarf CERN's Enormous Large Hadron Collider

Features

LC Newsline

3 April 2014

  • Newly formed European linear collider forum to increase communication with the project board
  • Guideline for ILC civil engineering completed
  • The path to an international ILC Lab

CERN Bulletin

11 April 2014

  • World-record Current in a Superconductor
  • Taking CERN and ESA Technology to the World's Largest Industry
  • LS1 Report: Live and Kicking!
  • Physics at 13 TeV: ALICE - Scratching Under the Surface
  • Physics at 13 TeV: LHCB - A New Data-processing Strategy
  • Physics at 13 TeV: TOTEM - A New Era of Collaboration with CMS

DESY inForm

March 2014

  • DESY budget put to the test
  • Accelerator - stonewashed
  • Women's Career Day
  • German-Turkish Year of Research

CERN Courier

April 2014

  • The Future Circular Collider study
  • ICTR-PHE: uniting physics, medicine and biology
  • Neutrinos and nucleons
  • MINERvA searches for wisdom among neutrinos

symmetry magazine
  • From quark soup to ordinary matter
  • Searching for the holographic universe
  • Expanding universe measured with precision
  • LHC begins long road to restart

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6 - 12 April 2014

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Quantum Diaries

April 15, 2014
A version of this article appeared in symmetry on April 14, 2014. The Large Hadron Collider at CERN laboratory has made its way into popular culture: Comedian John Stewart jokes about it on The Daily Show, character Sheldon Cooper dreams about it on The Big Bang Theory and fictional villains steal fictional antimatter from it […]
April 14, 2014
Même avant mon départ pour La Thuile (Italie), les résultats des Rencontres de Moriond remplissaient déjà les fils d’actualités. La session de cette année sur l’interaction électrofaible, du 15 au 22 mars, a débuté avec la première « mesure mondiale » de la masse du quark top, basée sur la combinaison des mesures publiées jusqu’à présent par […]
April 14, 2014
My first physics class wasn’t really a class at all. One of my 8th grade teachers noticed me carrying a copy of Kip Thorne’s Black Holes and Time Warps, and invited me to join a free-form book discussion group on physics and math that he was holding with a few older students. His name was […]
April 9, 2014
The LHCb Collaboration at CERN has just confirmed the unambiguous observation of a very exotic state, something that looks strangely like a particle being made of four quarks. As exotic as it might be, this particle is sternly called Z(4430)-, which gives its mass at 4430 MeV, roughly four times heavier than a proton, and […]
April 9, 2014
La collaboration LHCb du CERN vient de confirmer hors de tout doute l’existence d’un état très exotique, quelque chose qui ressemble étrangement à une particule formée de quatre quarks. Aussi exotique qu’elle puisse paraître, cette particule porte le nom très pragmatique de Z(4430)-. Ce nom indique sa masse à 4430 MeV, soit  environ quatre fois […]
April 8, 2014
A version of this article appeared in symmetry on April 8, 2014. The beauty of the small operation—the mom-and-pop restaurant or the do-it-yourself home repair—is that pragmatism begets creativity. The industrious individual who makes do with limited resources is compelled onto paths of ingenuity, inventing rather than following rules to address the project’s peculiarities. As […]
April 8, 2014
I’ve just been watching the first couple of episodes of the new, reborn, perhaps rebooted, Cosmos. About 4 million people have been watching each of the episodes when broadcast. Out of a US population of about 300 million. Said that way, it doesn’t sound like a huge success, but science has much less of a […]
April 4, 2014
Even before my departure to La Thuile in Italy, results from the Rencontres de Moriond conference were already flooding the news feeds. This year’s Electroweak session from 15 to 22 March, started with the first “world measurement” of the top quark mass, from a combination of the measurements published by the Tevatron and LHC experiments […]
April 2, 2014
This article originally appeared in symmetry on March 31, 2014. In 1983, Fermilab Director Leon Lederman put his money on the table at the second Pan American Symposium on Elementary Particles and Technology in Rio de Janeiro. His daring proposition: If the Brazilian Research Council would not at the time fund that nation’s physicists to […]
April 2, 2014
Apart from the usual jokes on Quantum Diaries (See for example the blog posts of Kyle, Byron, Aidan, Alexey), this year’s April fool’s had quite some remarkable ‘fish’ worth mentioning: On the official website CERN announced they were going to switch to comic sans, featuring a video of ATLAS spokesperson Fabiola Gianotti. The use of comic sans […]
April 1, 2014
In a stunning turn of events, Large Hadron Collider (LHC) management announced a recall and review of thousands of results that came from its four main detectors, ATLAS, CMS, LHCb and ALICE, in the course of the past several years when it learned that the ignition switches used to start the LHC accelerator (see the […]
April 1, 2014
Inspired by the deep insights revealed in the recent work around the Amplituhedron, a new and deeper mathematical principle has revealed itself. While the amplituhedron caused quite a buzzeven outside of the world of theoretical particle physics, thus far it is restricted to N=4 supersymmetry. In contrast, this new object is able to represent all known predictions for […]
April 1, 2014
Recently it has been announce that a smoking gun has been found for cosmic inflation but could it instead be the smoking[1] gun for a grand conspiracy, the mother of all conspiracies, the conspiracy theory to put all other conspiracy theories to shame?  You may have your favourite conspiracy theory: the Roswell cover up, who […]
April 1, 2014
1st April 2014. The LHC is currently in shutdown in preparation for the next physics run in 2015. However the record breaking accelerator is danger is falling far behind schedule as the engineers struggle with technical difficulties 100m below ground level. The LHC tunnels house the 27km long particle accelerator in carefully controlled conditions. When […]
March 27, 2014
This article appeared in Fermilab Today on March 26, 2014. One day when Tom Wicks was a child, he biked over to see his mom, Lois Anderson, working at an office in Aurora, Ill. She was at the top of the building, welding and torching as ironworkers do. “That’s when my son told me, ‘I […]

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