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22 May 2015 - AFP
Large Hadron Collider busts energy-level benchmark

22 May 2015 - International Business Times
CERN's Large Hadron Collider breaks previous energy record with 13 tev test collisions

21 May 2015 - Associated Press
13 trillion electronvolts! Large Hadron Collider sets new record

21 May 2015 - The Guardian
First images of collisions at 13 TeV in CERN's Large Hadron Collider

21 May 2015 - io9
The LHC just shattered its previous record for energy output

21 May 2015 - BBC News
LHC smashes energy record with test collisions

21 May 2015 - The Independent
Large Hadron Collider sets smashing record, ready to delve into mysteries of the universe

21 May 2015 - CBS News
Large Hadron Collider breaks proton-smashing record

20 May 2015 - Nature News
Quantum physics: What is really real?

20 May 2015 - International Business Times UK
New particle collider more precise than LHC awaits approval

19 May 2015 - Nature News
Billion-dollar particle collider gets thumbs up

19 May 2015 - BBC News
Collider art - The lightshow inspired by CERN

18 May 2015 - Science Now
Physics paper sets record with more than 5000 authors

18 May 2015 - The Times of India
In a first, LHC detects rare particle decay

18 May 2015 - The Register
Australian dark matter hunter wins AU$1.75 million funding

16 May 2015 - The Economist
The watcher in the water

16 May 2015 - The Science Times
Research on a grand scale: Over 5,000 scientists come together for record-breaking publication

16 May 2015 - Business Standard
Physics paper with over 5,000 authors a world record

16 May 2015 - AP
International scientists converge on School of Mines campus

14 May 2015 - New Scientist
Found: giant spirals in space that could explain our existence

14 May 2015 - AFP
Large Hadron Collider fines rare particle decay--What does this mean?

14 May 2015 - Tech Times
The big unanswered questions

14 May 2015 - Huffington Post
The big unanswered questions

13 May 2015 - Los Angeles times
Large Hadron Collider finds long-sought signs of rare particle decays

13 May 2015 - Ars Technica
LHC tests Standard Model again—sadly, it passes

13 May 2015 - The Verge
Large Hadron Collider captures incredibly rare particle decay for the first time

13 May 2015 - The Wall Street Journal
Scientists observe rare decay of particle after 30-year search

13 May 2015 - International Business Times UK
CERN Large Hadron Collider detects extremely rare particle decays confirming Standard Model

13 May 2015 - Gizmodo
This magnetic shield will push the boundaries of particle physics

12 May 2015 - The Guardian
First collision data from a new detector at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider

12 May 2015 - AIP
New shield makes certain types of searches for physics beyond Standard Model possible for first time

11 May 2015 - Physicsworld
IceCube neutrinos do come in three flavours after all

11 May 2015 - Huffington Post
International science with the U.S. and CERN

10 May 2015 - Wired
Spooky quantum action might hold the universe together

10 May 2015 - ScienceBlog.com
Partnership for finding particles

8 May 2015 - AIP
Bringing high-energy particle detection in from the cold

8 May 2015 - Phys.Org
A first step towards testing dark energy theories on the table top

8 May 2015 - Daily Sabah
Turkey now associate member of CERN

8 May 2015 - Mail & Guardian Online
South Africa crunches into the collider data grid

7 May 2015 - The New York Times
U.S. and European Scientists Sign Cooperation Pact

7 May 2015 - The Japan News
Kibo on the hunt for dark matter

6 May 2015 - The Guardian (video)
String theory and black holes

6 May 2015 - International Business Times
CERN LHC Update: Low-energy collisions resume after 2-year gap

6 May 2015 - Red Orbit
LHC produces first particle collisions since restart

5 May 2015 - The Guardian
Large Hadron Collider makes first proton collisions in two years

5 May 2015 - NBC News
World's most complex machine gets ready for more atom-smashing

5 May 2015 - Discovery News
Particle slam! LHC restarts (low-energy) proton collisions

5 May 2015 - BBC News
LHC restart sees first collisions

5 May 2015 - Nature News
Mysterious galactic signal points LHC to dark matter

1 May 2015 - Phys.Org
Dark-matter labs become subterranean centres for science

1 May 2015 - Phys.Org
Giant electromagnet arrives at Brookhaven Lab to map melted matter

30 April 2015 - Nature (blogs)
Metaphor and message

30 April 2015 - Nature Physics
Kept in the dark

30 April 2015 - Phys.org
Two teams estimate the flavor of neutrinos detected by The IceCube Neutrino Observatory

29 April 2015 - Reuters
Dark matter is necessary for the origin of life

29 April 2015 - Phys.org
Apparatus measures single electron's radiation to try to weigh a neutrino

29 April 2015 - RedOrbit
LHC proton collisions to begin mid-June

29 April 2015 - Symmetry magazine
Natural SUSY’s last stand

28 April 2015 - Physics (APS)
IceCube neutrinos pass flavor test

27 April 2015 - Physicsworld.com
Cyclotron radiation from a single electron is measured for the first time

27 April 2015 - Digital Journal
Dark matter — Stalked from every which way

24 April 2015 - Chicago Tribune
It's big. It's important. It's coming to Fermi

24 April 2015 - RedOrbit
What is dark energy?

23 April 2015 - New Scientist
Biggest dark matter detector lies in wait for antisocial WIMPs

23 April 2015 - NPR (blog)
'A god that could be real' in the scientific universe

23 April 2015 - Wired.co.uk
'Supersymmetry' art show puts you inside a particle accelerator

23 April 2015 - Space Daily
MIT physicists develop new tabletop particle detector

22 April 2015 - AAAS/Science
Physicists detect radio waves from a single electron

22 April 2015 - AAAS/Science
Physicists detect radio waves from a single electron

22 April 2015 - Science 2.0
Project 8 and the ghost in the particle machine

21 April 2015 - USA Today
Largest structure ever found is a really cold hole

20 April 2015 - New York Times
Dark matter's deep reach

20 April 2015 - Scientific American
Dark matter may feel a “dark force” that the rest of the universe does not


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22 May 2015 - AFP
Large Hadron Collider busts energy-level benchmark

22 May 2015 - International Business Times
CERN's Large Hadron Collider breaks previous energy record with 13 tev test collisions

21 May 2015 - Associated Press
13 trillion electronvolts! Large Hadron Collider sets new record

21 May 2015 - The Guardian
First images of collisions at 13 TeV in CERN's Large Hadron Collider

21 May 2015 - io9
The LHC just shattered its previous record for energy output

21 May 2015 - BBC News
LHC smashes energy record with test collisions

21 May 2015 - The Independent
Large Hadron Collider sets smashing record, ready to delve into mysteries of the universe

21 May 2015 - CBS News
Large Hadron Collider breaks proton-smashing record

20 May 2015 - Nature News
Quantum physics: What is really real?

20 May 2015 - International Business Times UK
New particle collider more precise than LHC awaits approval

19 May 2015 - Nature News
Billion-dollar particle collider gets thumbs up

19 May 2015 - BBC News
Collider art - The lightshow inspired by CERN

18 May 2015 - Science Now
Physics paper sets record with more than 5000 authors

18 May 2015 - The Times of India
In a first, LHC detects rare particle decay

18 May 2015 - The Register
Australian dark matter hunter wins AU$1.75 million funding

16 May 2015 - The Economist
The watcher in the water

16 May 2015 - The Science Times
Research on a grand scale: Over 5,000 scientists come together for record-breaking publication

16 May 2015 - Business Standard
Physics paper with over 5,000 authors a world record

16 May 2015 - AP
International scientists converge on School of Mines campus

14 May 2015 - New Scientist
Found: giant spirals in space that could explain our existence

14 May 2015 - AFP
Large Hadron Collider fines rare particle decay--What does this mean?

14 May 2015 - Tech Times
The big unanswered questions

14 May 2015 - Huffington Post
The big unanswered questions

13 May 2015 - Los Angeles times
Large Hadron Collider finds long-sought signs of rare particle decays

13 May 2015 - Ars Technica
LHC tests Standard Model again—sadly, it passes

13 May 2015 - The Verge
Large Hadron Collider captures incredibly rare particle decay for the first time

13 May 2015 - The Wall Street Journal
Scientists observe rare decay of particle after 30-year search

13 May 2015 - International Business Times UK
CERN Large Hadron Collider detects extremely rare particle decays confirming Standard Model

13 May 2015 - Gizmodo
This magnetic shield will push the boundaries of particle physics

12 May 2015 - The Guardian
First collision data from a new detector at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider

12 May 2015 - AIP
New shield makes certain types of searches for physics beyond Standard Model possible for first time

11 May 2015 - Physicsworld
IceCube neutrinos do come in three flavours after all

11 May 2015 - Huffington Post
International science with the U.S. and CERN

10 May 2015 - Wired
Spooky quantum action might hold the universe together

10 May 2015 - ScienceBlog.com
Partnership for finding particles

8 May 2015 - AIP
Bringing high-energy particle detection in from the cold

8 May 2015 - Phys.Org
A first step towards testing dark energy theories on the table top

8 May 2015 - Daily Sabah
Turkey now associate member of CERN

8 May 2015 - Mail & Guardian Online
South Africa crunches into the collider data grid

7 May 2015 - The New York Times
U.S. and European Scientists Sign Cooperation Pact

7 May 2015 - The Japan News
Kibo on the hunt for dark matter

6 May 2015 - The Guardian (video)
String theory and black holes

6 May 2015 - International Business Times
CERN LHC Update: Low-energy collisions resume after 2-year gap

6 May 2015 - Red Orbit
LHC produces first particle collisions since restart

5 May 2015 - The Guardian
Large Hadron Collider makes first proton collisions in two years

5 May 2015 - NBC News
World's most complex machine gets ready for more atom-smashing

5 May 2015 - Discovery News
Particle slam! LHC restarts (low-energy) proton collisions

5 May 2015 - BBC News
LHC restart sees first collisions

5 May 2015 - Nature News
Mysterious galactic signal points LHC to dark matter

1 May 2015 - Phys.Org
Dark-matter labs become subterranean centres for science

1 May 2015 - Phys.Org
Giant electromagnet arrives at Brookhaven Lab to map melted matter

30 April 2015 - Nature (blogs)
Metaphor and message

30 April 2015 - Nature Physics
Kept in the dark

30 April 2015 - Phys.org
Two teams estimate the flavor of neutrinos detected by The IceCube Neutrino Observatory

29 April 2015 - Reuters
Dark matter is necessary for the origin of life

29 April 2015 - Phys.org
Apparatus measures single electron's radiation to try to weigh a neutrino

29 April 2015 - RedOrbit
LHC proton collisions to begin mid-June

29 April 2015 - Symmetry magazine
Natural SUSY’s last stand

28 April 2015 - Physics (APS)
IceCube neutrinos pass flavor test

27 April 2015 - Physicsworld.com
Cyclotron radiation from a single electron is measured for the first time

27 April 2015 - Digital Journal
Dark matter — Stalked from every which way

24 April 2015 - Chicago Tribune
It's big. It's important. It's coming to Fermi

24 April 2015 - RedOrbit
What is dark energy?

23 April 2015 - New Scientist
Biggest dark matter detector lies in wait for antisocial WIMPs

23 April 2015 - NPR (blog)
'A god that could be real' in the scientific universe

23 April 2015 - Wired.co.uk
'Supersymmetry' art show puts you inside a particle accelerator

23 April 2015 - Space Daily
MIT physicists develop new tabletop particle detector

22 April 2015 - AAAS/Science
Physicists detect radio waves from a single electron

22 April 2015 - AAAS/Science
Physicists detect radio waves from a single electron

22 April 2015 - Science 2.0
Project 8 and the ghost in the particle machine

21 April 2015 - USA Today
Largest structure ever found is a really cold hole

20 April 2015 - New York Times
Dark matter's deep reach

20 April 2015 - Scientific American
Dark matter may feel a “dark force” that the rest of the universe does not


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22 May 2015 - AFP
Large Hadron Collider busts energy-level benchmark

22 May 2015 - International Business Times
CERN's Large Hadron Collider breaks previous energy record with 13 tev test collisions

21 May 2015 - Associated Press
13 trillion electronvolts! Large Hadron Collider sets new record

21 May 2015 - The Guardian
First images of collisions at 13 TeV in CERN's Large Hadron Collider

21 May 2015 - io9
The LHC just shattered its previous record for energy output

21 May 2015 - BBC News
LHC smashes energy record with test collisions

21 May 2015 - The Independent
Large Hadron Collider sets smashing record, ready to delve into mysteries of the universe

21 May 2015 - CBS News
Large Hadron Collider breaks proton-smashing record

20 May 2015 - Nature News
Quantum physics: What is really real?

20 May 2015 - International Business Times UK
New particle collider more precise than LHC awaits approval

19 May 2015 - Nature News
Billion-dollar particle collider gets thumbs up

19 May 2015 - BBC News
Collider art - The lightshow inspired by CERN

18 May 2015 - Science Now
Physics paper sets record with more than 5000 authors

18 May 2015 - The Times of India
In a first, LHC detects rare particle decay

18 May 2015 - The Register
Australian dark matter hunter wins AU$1.75 million funding

16 May 2015 - The Economist
The watcher in the water

16 May 2015 - The Science Times
Research on a grand scale: Over 5,000 scientists come together for record-breaking publication

16 May 2015 - Business Standard
Physics paper with over 5,000 authors a world record

16 May 2015 - AP
International scientists converge on School of Mines campus

14 May 2015 - New Scientist
Found: giant spirals in space that could explain our existence

14 May 2015 - AFP
Large Hadron Collider fines rare particle decay--What does this mean?

14 May 2015 - Tech Times
The big unanswered questions

14 May 2015 - Huffington Post
The big unanswered questions

13 May 2015 - Los Angeles times
Large Hadron Collider finds long-sought signs of rare particle decays

13 May 2015 - Ars Technica
LHC tests Standard Model again—sadly, it passes

13 May 2015 - The Verge
Large Hadron Collider captures incredibly rare particle decay for the first time

13 May 2015 - The Wall Street Journal
Scientists observe rare decay of particle after 30-year search

13 May 2015 - International Business Times UK
CERN Large Hadron Collider detects extremely rare particle decays confirming Standard Model

13 May 2015 - Gizmodo
This magnetic shield will push the boundaries of particle physics

12 May 2015 - The Guardian
First collision data from a new detector at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider

12 May 2015 - AIP
New shield makes certain types of searches for physics beyond Standard Model possible for first time

11 May 2015 - Physicsworld
IceCube neutrinos do come in three flavours after all

11 May 2015 - Huffington Post
International science with the U.S. and CERN

10 May 2015 - Wired
Spooky quantum action might hold the universe together

10 May 2015 - ScienceBlog.com
Partnership for finding particles

8 May 2015 - AIP
Bringing high-energy particle detection in from the cold

8 May 2015 - Phys.Org
A first step towards testing dark energy theories on the table top

8 May 2015 - Daily Sabah
Turkey now associate member of CERN

8 May 2015 - Mail & Guardian Online
South Africa crunches into the collider data grid

7 May 2015 - The New York Times
U.S. and European Scientists Sign Cooperation Pact

7 May 2015 - The Japan News
Kibo on the hunt for dark matter

6 May 2015 - The Guardian (video)
String theory and black holes

6 May 2015 - International Business Times
CERN LHC Update: Low-energy collisions resume after 2-year gap

6 May 2015 - Red Orbit
LHC produces first particle collisions since restart

5 May 2015 - The Guardian
Large Hadron Collider makes first proton collisions in two years

5 May 2015 - NBC News
World's most complex machine gets ready for more atom-smashing

5 May 2015 - Discovery News
Particle slam! LHC restarts (low-energy) proton collisions

5 May 2015 - BBC News
LHC restart sees first collisions

5 May 2015 - Nature News
Mysterious galactic signal points LHC to dark matter

1 May 2015 - Phys.Org
Dark-matter labs become subterranean centres for science

1 May 2015 - Phys.Org
Giant electromagnet arrives at Brookhaven Lab to map melted matter

30 April 2015 - Nature (blogs)
Metaphor and message

30 April 2015 - Nature Physics
Kept in the dark

30 April 2015 - Phys.org
Two teams estimate the flavor of neutrinos detected by The IceCube Neutrino Observatory

29 April 2015 - Reuters
Dark matter is necessary for the origin of life

29 April 2015 - Phys.org
Apparatus measures single electron's radiation to try to weigh a neutrino

29 April 2015 - RedOrbit
LHC proton collisions to begin mid-June

29 April 2015 - Symmetry magazine
Natural SUSY’s last stand

28 April 2015 - Physics (APS)
IceCube neutrinos pass flavor test

27 April 2015 - Physicsworld.com
Cyclotron radiation from a single electron is measured for the first time

27 April 2015 - Digital Journal
Dark matter — Stalked from every which way

24 April 2015 - Chicago Tribune
It's big. It's important. It's coming to Fermi

24 April 2015 - RedOrbit
What is dark energy?

23 April 2015 - New Scientist
Biggest dark matter detector lies in wait for antisocial WIMPs

23 April 2015 - NPR (blog)
'A god that could be real' in the scientific universe

23 April 2015 - Wired.co.uk
'Supersymmetry' art show puts you inside a particle accelerator

23 April 2015 - Space Daily
MIT physicists develop new tabletop particle detector

22 April 2015 - AAAS/Science
Physicists detect radio waves from a single electron

22 April 2015 - AAAS/Science
Physicists detect radio waves from a single electron

22 April 2015 - Science 2.0
Project 8 and the ghost in the particle machine

21 April 2015 - USA Today
Largest structure ever found is a really cold hole

20 April 2015 - New York Times
Dark matter's deep reach

20 April 2015 - Scientific American
Dark matter may feel a “dark force” that the rest of the universe does not


Features

LC Newsline

17 May 2015

  • LHC commissioning continues in spite of obstacles
  • "ILC to Japan!"
  • Researchers and nobel laureates support the ILC

CERN Bulletin

11 May 2015

  • The CERN Data Centre readies for Run 2
  • A good week for global collaboration in particle physics
  • LHC Report: squeezing, low-energy collisions and an unidentified object
  • Linac4: injecting new life into the LHC
  • HUG sets up an emergency operations centre on the CERN site
  • The Globe gets a new skin
  • Sitting into the limelight: Lonely Chairs at CERN turns one
  • Computer Security: USB sticks - the silent killers

CERN Courier

May 2015

  • Brookhaven ushers in a new bright era
  • Chronicles of CMS: the saga of LS1
  • ALICE: from LS1 to readiness for Run 2

symmetry magazine

  • The accelerator in the Louvre
  • LHC experiments first to observe rare process
  • High adventure physics
  • The US and CERN upgrade their relationship
  • Lonely chairs at CERN
  • LHC sees first low-energy collisions
  • Giant magnet to map melted matter

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