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Winning photo in the Global Physics Photowalk evokes childhood wonder

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New results from world’s most sensitive dark matter detector

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RHIC Particle smashups find that shape matters

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

7 September 2015: InterAction Collaboration
Global Physics Photowalk 2015

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

28 August 2015: KEK
Pioneering BaBar and Belle joint analysis

26 August 2015: SLAC
Antimatter catches a wave at SLAC

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

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

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5 February 2016 - Ars Technica
Hubble discovers origin of the mysterious Smith Cloud

5 February 2016 - RedOrbit
Dark matter isn't what's causing gamma rays in our galaxy

5 February 2016 - Chicago Daily Herald
Fermilab artist-in-residence to create science-inspired works

4 February 2016 - Science Magazine
Milky Way’s gamma ray emissions may not be caused by dark matter

3 February 2016 - Ars Technica
Dark matter doesn't dance, just hangs out, looking sulky

1 February 2016 - Universe Today
What is the Higgs Boson?

31 January 2016 - The Guardian
Muonium - the most exotic atom?

31 January 2016 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab has Family Open House down to a science

29 January 2016 - Ars Technica
ArXiv rejections lead to spat over screening process

28 January 2016 - Ars Technica
Black hole physics with an added quantum of uncertainty

28 January 2016 - Marin Independent Journal
Saint Isabella eighth-graders make particle physics projects

27 January 2016 - Scientific American
Hawking's latest black hole paper splits physicists

27 January 2016 - The Verge
The Large Hadron Collider needs 9,000 cables unplugged before an upgrade

27 January 2016 - Motherboard
CERN engineers have to identify and disconnect 9,000 obsolete cables

26 January 2016 - Kane County Chronicle
Fermilab to bring science to life during Family Open House

26 January 2016 - Motherboard
Two American physics labs are vying for a billion-dollar particle accelerator

25 January 2016 - Canadian Medical Association Journal
Will new isotope sources be ready in time?

25 January 2016 - The Conversation UK
Explainer: what is antimatter?

25 January 2016 - ABC News Online
Five things we know about the universe that will make you feel very small

24 January 2016 - Motherboard Vice
Dark energy may be distorting our view of gravitational waves

23 January 2016 - Motherboard Vice
Neutrinos, antimatter, and science as a holistic detective agency

22 January 2016 - Discover Magazine (blog)
World’s most sensitive dark matter detector gets a boost

22 January 2016 - Tech Times
Dark 'noodles' in the Milky Way could be part of missing matter

22 January 2016 - Science News
Early quark estimates not entirely realized

22 January 2016 - Air & Space
Searchlights in a Dark Universe

22 January 2016 - Chicago Inno
Meet the Artist-in-Residence at Fermilab, the Country's Top Particle Accelerator

21 January 2016 - Ars Technica
The search for dark matter heats up

21 January 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Taming superconductors with string theory

21 January 2016 - ABC Online
'Dark noodles' between stars in the Milky Way could be missing matter

20 January 2016 - The Guardian
Can physics help communication between refugees in Germany and their hosts?

20 January 2016 - The Hindu
Detecting the undetectable

20 January 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Is the neutrino its own antiparticle?

20 January 2016 - Nature (Subscription required)
Exotic atoms: Antimatter may matter

19 January 2016 - Symmetry magazine
A speed trap for dark matter

19 January 2016 - Scientific American
Last Call: Will WIMPs show their faces in the latest dark matter experiment

18 January 2016 - Gizmodo
'Inflatable dark matter' could explain why we see less than many theories predict

15 January 2016 - Science Magazine
Feature: The social life of quarks


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

7 September 2015: InterAction Collaboration
Global Physics Photowalk 2015

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

28 August 2015: KEK
Pioneering BaBar and Belle joint analysis

26 August 2015: SLAC
Antimatter catches a wave at SLAC

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

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

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5 February 2016 - Ars Technica
Hubble discovers origin of the mysterious Smith Cloud

5 February 2016 - RedOrbit
Dark matter isn't what's causing gamma rays in our galaxy

5 February 2016 - Chicago Daily Herald
Fermilab artist-in-residence to create science-inspired works

4 February 2016 - Science Magazine
Milky Way’s gamma ray emissions may not be caused by dark matter

3 February 2016 - Ars Technica
Dark matter doesn't dance, just hangs out, looking sulky

1 February 2016 - Universe Today
What is the Higgs Boson?

31 January 2016 - The Guardian
Muonium - the most exotic atom?

31 January 2016 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab has Family Open House down to a science

29 January 2016 - Ars Technica
ArXiv rejections lead to spat over screening process

28 January 2016 - Ars Technica
Black hole physics with an added quantum of uncertainty

28 January 2016 - Marin Independent Journal
Saint Isabella eighth-graders make particle physics projects

27 January 2016 - Scientific American
Hawking's latest black hole paper splits physicists

27 January 2016 - The Verge
The Large Hadron Collider needs 9,000 cables unplugged before an upgrade

27 January 2016 - Motherboard
CERN engineers have to identify and disconnect 9,000 obsolete cables

26 January 2016 - Kane County Chronicle
Fermilab to bring science to life during Family Open House

26 January 2016 - Motherboard
Two American physics labs are vying for a billion-dollar particle accelerator

25 January 2016 - Canadian Medical Association Journal
Will new isotope sources be ready in time?

25 January 2016 - The Conversation UK
Explainer: what is antimatter?

25 January 2016 - ABC News Online
Five things we know about the universe that will make you feel very small

24 January 2016 - Motherboard Vice
Dark energy may be distorting our view of gravitational waves

23 January 2016 - Motherboard Vice
Neutrinos, antimatter, and science as a holistic detective agency

22 January 2016 - Discover Magazine (blog)
World’s most sensitive dark matter detector gets a boost

22 January 2016 - Tech Times
Dark 'noodles' in the Milky Way could be part of missing matter

22 January 2016 - Science News
Early quark estimates not entirely realized

22 January 2016 - Air & Space
Searchlights in a Dark Universe

22 January 2016 - Chicago Inno
Meet the Artist-in-Residence at Fermilab, the Country's Top Particle Accelerator

21 January 2016 - Ars Technica
The search for dark matter heats up

21 January 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Taming superconductors with string theory

21 January 2016 - ABC Online
'Dark noodles' between stars in the Milky Way could be missing matter

20 January 2016 - The Guardian
Can physics help communication between refugees in Germany and their hosts?

20 January 2016 - The Hindu
Detecting the undetectable

20 January 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Is the neutrino its own antiparticle?

20 January 2016 - Nature (Subscription required)
Exotic atoms: Antimatter may matter

19 January 2016 - Symmetry magazine
A speed trap for dark matter

19 January 2016 - Scientific American
Last Call: Will WIMPs show their faces in the latest dark matter experiment

18 January 2016 - Gizmodo
'Inflatable dark matter' could explain why we see less than many theories predict

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Feature: The social life of quarks


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

7 September 2015: InterAction Collaboration
Global Physics Photowalk 2015

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

28 August 2015: KEK
Pioneering BaBar and Belle joint analysis

26 August 2015: SLAC
Antimatter catches a wave at SLAC

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

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

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5 February 2016 - Ars Technica
Hubble discovers origin of the mysterious Smith Cloud

5 February 2016 - RedOrbit
Dark matter isn't what's causing gamma rays in our galaxy

5 February 2016 - Chicago Daily Herald
Fermilab artist-in-residence to create science-inspired works

4 February 2016 - Science Magazine
Milky Way’s gamma ray emissions may not be caused by dark matter

3 February 2016 - Ars Technica
Dark matter doesn't dance, just hangs out, looking sulky

1 February 2016 - Universe Today
What is the Higgs Boson?

31 January 2016 - The Guardian
Muonium - the most exotic atom?

31 January 2016 - Chicago Tribune
Fermilab has Family Open House down to a science

29 January 2016 - Ars Technica
ArXiv rejections lead to spat over screening process

28 January 2016 - Ars Technica
Black hole physics with an added quantum of uncertainty

28 January 2016 - Marin Independent Journal
Saint Isabella eighth-graders make particle physics projects

27 January 2016 - Scientific American
Hawking's latest black hole paper splits physicists

27 January 2016 - The Verge
The Large Hadron Collider needs 9,000 cables unplugged before an upgrade

27 January 2016 - Motherboard
CERN engineers have to identify and disconnect 9,000 obsolete cables

26 January 2016 - Kane County Chronicle
Fermilab to bring science to life during Family Open House

26 January 2016 - Motherboard
Two American physics labs are vying for a billion-dollar particle accelerator

25 January 2016 - Canadian Medical Association Journal
Will new isotope sources be ready in time?

25 January 2016 - The Conversation UK
Explainer: what is antimatter?

25 January 2016 - ABC News Online
Five things we know about the universe that will make you feel very small

24 January 2016 - Motherboard Vice
Dark energy may be distorting our view of gravitational waves

23 January 2016 - Motherboard Vice
Neutrinos, antimatter, and science as a holistic detective agency

22 January 2016 - Discover Magazine (blog)
World’s most sensitive dark matter detector gets a boost

22 January 2016 - Tech Times
Dark 'noodles' in the Milky Way could be part of missing matter

22 January 2016 - Science News
Early quark estimates not entirely realized

22 January 2016 - Air & Space
Searchlights in a Dark Universe

22 January 2016 - Chicago Inno
Meet the Artist-in-Residence at Fermilab, the Country's Top Particle Accelerator

21 January 2016 - Ars Technica
The search for dark matter heats up

21 January 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Taming superconductors with string theory

21 January 2016 - ABC Online
'Dark noodles' between stars in the Milky Way could be missing matter

20 January 2016 - The Guardian
Can physics help communication between refugees in Germany and their hosts?

20 January 2016 - The Hindu
Detecting the undetectable

20 January 2016 - Symmetry magazine
Is the neutrino its own antiparticle?

20 January 2016 - Nature (Subscription required)
Exotic atoms: Antimatter may matter

19 January 2016 - Symmetry magazine
A speed trap for dark matter

19 January 2016 - Scientific American
Last Call: Will WIMPs show their faces in the latest dark matter experiment

18 January 2016 - Gizmodo
'Inflatable dark matter' could explain why we see less than many theories predict

15 January 2016 - Science Magazine
Feature: The social life of quarks


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LC Newsline

28 January 2016

  • Political progress
  • From European XFEL: First electrons accelerated in European XFEL
  • CLIC experts meet at CERN

CERN Bulletin

1 February 2016

  • First year of data taking at high energy for MoEDAL
  • The Chamonix workshop: a key point in the CERN calendar
  • Latest news from the YETS: Keeping up the pace
  • Chamonix 2016: Setting the future course for the LHC and the accelerator complex
  • CERN and the environment
  • Ninety-six hours to build a prototype robot showing human emotions

CERN Courier

January/February 2015

  • Networking against cancer with ENLIGHT
  • XENON opens a new era for dark-matter searches
  • LHC surpasses design luminosity with heavy ions
  • ATLAS and CMS upgrade proceeds to the next stage
  • CAST: enlightening the dark
  • Imaging science: physics laboratories under the spotlight
  • PS beam extraction becomes more effi cient

symmetry magazine

  • This radioactive life
  • A mile-deep campus
  • Our imperfect vacuum
  • Is the neutrino its own antiparticle?
  • A speed trap for dark matter
  • Exploring the dark universe with supercomputers
  • Black holes

Accelerating News
  • HiLumi-LHC moves on to construction phase
  • FCC baseline layout and parameter set
  • Successful completion of the HQ program
  • Compact accelerators for big science
  • The kladistron project for high-efficiency klystrons
  • Ultra-short electron beams at ELI-ALPS

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