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19 December 2016 - CERN
ALPHA experiment observes the light spectrum of antimatter for the first time

14 December 2016 - Berkeley Lab
Laser R&D focuses on next-gen particle collider

5 December 2016 - Kavli IPMU
Record-breaking faint satellite galaxy of the Milky Way discovered

10 November 2016 - Berkeley Lab
Simulations show swirling rings, whirlpool-like structure in subatomic ‘soup’

9 November 2016 - IHEP and CoEPP
CoEPP in Australia and IHEP in China sign a Memorandum of Understanding for scientific collaboration

3 November 2016 - CERN
CERN experiment improves precision of antiproton mass measurement with new innovative cooling technique

2 November 2016 - DESY
Supercomputer comes up with a profile of dark matter

27 October 2016 - STFC
Dr Brian Bowsher appointed Chief Executive of the Science and Technology Facilities Council

12 October 2016 - LBL
Planetarium show brings ‘phantom’ matter to life

10 October 2016 - IHEP
MINOS and Daya Bay join forces to narrow the window on sterile neutrinos

3 October 2016 - CoEPP
America and Australia forge a new partnership in physics research

26 September 2016 - Berkeley Lab
Construction of world’s most sensitive dark matter detector moves forward

20 September 2016 - CERN
Successful SCOAP3 Global Open Access initiative continues for three more years

14 September 2016 - TRIUMF
ARTMS™ Products Inc. licenses Canadian technology to address the global medical isotope supply challenge

10 August 2016 - CERN
The LHC MoEDAL experiment publishes its first paper on its search for magnetic monopoles

9 August 2016 - LBL
3-D Galaxy-mapping project enters construction phase

8 August 2016 - Fermilab
NOvA shines new light on how neutrinos behave

6 August 2016 - KEK
T2K presents first CP violation search result

5 August 2016 - CERN
Chicago sees floods of LHC data and new results at the ICHEP 2016 conference

21 July 2016 - LBL
World’s most sensitive dark matter detector completes search

18 July 2016 - CERN
CERN welcomes Romania as its twenty-second Member State

14 July 2016 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Dark energy measured with record-breaking map of 1.2 million galaxies

8 July 2016 - KEK
Strengthening global coordination on large neutrino infrastructures

13 June 2016 - CERN
CERN announces winners of its 2016 beamline for schools competition

26 May 2016 - RENO Collaboration
Observation of energy dependent disappearance of reactor neutrinos

25 May 2016 - CERN
CERN experiment points to a cloudier pre-industrial climate

16 May 2016 - TRIUMF
Canada and Japan usher in a new era of partnership in physics research

9 May 2016 - CERN
The 2016 physics season starts at the LHC

6 April 2016 - IHEP Beijing
A new world record for BEPCII

28 March 2016 - BNL
A view of the colorful microcosm within a proton

11 March 2016 - AsiaHEP/ACFA
Statement from the Asian High Energy Physics Community on the International Linear Collider & Circular Electron Positron Collider

2 March 2016 - KEK
First turns and successful storage of beams in the SuperKEKB electron and positron rings

12 February 2016 - IHEP on behalf of the Daya Bay Collaboration
Most precise measurement of reactor antineutrino spectrum reveals intriguing surprise

11 February 2016 - CNRS, INFN, Nikhef & STFC
Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein’s prediction

8 February 2016 - InterAction Collaboration
Interactions at AAAS

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

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17 January 2017 - Ars Technica
A fountain of ammonia pokes holes in the Standard Model

17 January 2017 - McGill Tribune
What happened before the Big Bang?

17 January 2017 - The Hindu
India becomes associate member state of CERN

17 January 2017 - Symmetry magazine
The value of basic research

16 January 2017 - Aeon
Why we can stop worrying and love the particle accelerator

14 January 2017 - Gizmodo Australia
Drummers bang on particle accelerator parts to make beats

14 January 2017 - New Scientist
No sign of seasonal dark matter after four years of searching

13 January 2017 - The Conversation
How the insights of the Large Hadron Collider are being made open to everyone

12 January 2017 - Stanford News
Stanford physicist suggests looking for dark matter in unusual places

12 January 2017 - The Atlantic
What happens if you stick your head in a particle accelerator?'

11 January 2017 - Science Magazine
A simple explanation of mysterious space-stretching 'dark energy?'

11 January 2017 - TopExaminer
SNOLAB lands $28.6 million funding to advance neutrino and dark matter research

9 January 2017 - Bangalore Mirror
'Politics stalling country's largest basic science project'

9 January 2017 - Chicago Daily Herald
Fermilab scientists face kids' questions

9 January 2017 - Astronomy Magazine
How colleagues remember astrophysics pioneer Vera Rubin

9 January 2017 - The Sudbury Star
Sudbury's SNOLAB gets $28.6 million

9 January 2017 - CBC.ca
Feds announce $28.6 million for SNOLAB

9 January 2017 - Physics (APS)
Viewpoint: What goes up must come down

8 January 2017 - The Guardian
A new CERN experiment targets even higher energies (eventually)

8 January 2017 - Deccan Chronicle
Indian Science Congress: Scientists push Tamil Nadu to okay neutrino project

5 January 2017 - Teen Vogue
The legacies of Carrie Fisher and Vera Rubin for women in science

5 January 2017 - The Conversation UK
How giant atoms could help unveil 'dark matter' and other cosmic secrets

5 January 2017 - Kane County Chronicle
Looking Ahead: Batavia eyes energetic 2017

4 January 2017 - Forbes
The surefire way to never find anything new in science

4 January 2017 - New York Times
Why Vera Rubin deserved a Nobel

3 January 2017 - Paste Magazine
Vera Rubin's contribution to astronomy

3 January 2017 - Sputnik International
Harnessing the power of Siberia: Physicists creating matter-antimatter collider

3 January 2017 - Motherboard
Dark matter hunters are hoping 2017 is their year

3 January 2017 - Cape Cod Times
For women in science, stories matter

29 December 2016 - Wall Street Journal
Ours is the best of all possible worlds

28 December 2016 - Cosmos
Quantum quandaries and time travel: top physics stories of 2016

28 December 2016 - New York Times
Edwin Goldwasser, physicist who co-founded Fermilab, dies at 97

27 December 2016 - Popular Science
In memory of Vera Rubin, the woman the Nobel Prize forgot

27 December 2016 - WIRED
A year in dark energy, antimatter, and gravitational waves

27 December 2016 - New York Times
Vera Rubin, 88, dies; opened doors in astronomy, and for women

27 December 2016 - Gizmodo
The science stories we'll be watching in 2017

26 December 2016 - Washington Post
Vera Rubin, astronomer who verified existence of dark matter, dies at 88

26 December 2016 - The Guardian
Vera Rubin, astronomer who helped find evidence of dark matter, dies at 88

26 December 2016 - Los Angeles Times
Pioneering astronomer Vera Rubin dies at 88; she helped find evidence of dark matter

26 December 2016 - CBS News
Vera Rubin, pioneering "dark matter" astronomer, dead at 88

24 December 2016 - Daily Beast
Inside the experimental search for dark matter

24 December 2016 - The Conversation
Searching for tiny neutrinos in the South Pole

24 December 2016 - Science 2.0 (blog)
Wishing for new physics in next years' results

23 December 2016 - Science 2.0 (blog)
When will physics be done?

22 December 2016 - Source (Colorado State University)
International neutrino experiment hands CSU the remote

22 December 2016 - Vox
Why gravitational waves truly are the “scientific breakthrough of the year”

22 December 2016 - University Herald
Latest CERN research sheds new light on antimatter physics

21 December 2016 - Royal Society of Chemistry
An underwater challenge

21 December 2016 - New Atlas
CERN zaps antimatter with lasers to study its spectrum for the first time

20 December 2016 - Christian Science Monitor
What happens when you fire a laser at antimatter? Scientists find out

20 December 2016 - The Wire
Antimatter breakthrough sheds light on matter’s shadowy twin

20 December 2016 - International Business Times
CERN scientists observe antimatter light spectrum for the first time

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19 December 2016 - CERN
ALPHA experiment observes the light spectrum of antimatter for the first time

14 December 2016 - Berkeley Lab
Laser R&D focuses on next-gen particle collider

5 December 2016 - Kavli IPMU
Record-breaking faint satellite galaxy of the Milky Way discovered

10 November 2016 - Berkeley Lab
Simulations show swirling rings, whirlpool-like structure in subatomic ‘soup’

9 November 2016 - IHEP and CoEPP
CoEPP in Australia and IHEP in China sign a Memorandum of Understanding for scientific collaboration

3 November 2016 - CERN
CERN experiment improves precision of antiproton mass measurement with new innovative cooling technique

2 November 2016 - DESY
Supercomputer comes up with a profile of dark matter

27 October 2016 - STFC
Dr Brian Bowsher appointed Chief Executive of the Science and Technology Facilities Council

12 October 2016 - LBL
Planetarium show brings ‘phantom’ matter to life

10 October 2016 - IHEP
MINOS and Daya Bay join forces to narrow the window on sterile neutrinos

3 October 2016 - CoEPP
America and Australia forge a new partnership in physics research

26 September 2016 - Berkeley Lab
Construction of world’s most sensitive dark matter detector moves forward

20 September 2016 - CERN
Successful SCOAP3 Global Open Access initiative continues for three more years

14 September 2016 - TRIUMF
ARTMS™ Products Inc. licenses Canadian technology to address the global medical isotope supply challenge

10 August 2016 - CERN
The LHC MoEDAL experiment publishes its first paper on its search for magnetic monopoles

9 August 2016 - LBL
3-D Galaxy-mapping project enters construction phase

8 August 2016 - Fermilab
NOvA shines new light on how neutrinos behave

6 August 2016 - KEK
T2K presents first CP violation search result

5 August 2016 - CERN
Chicago sees floods of LHC data and new results at the ICHEP 2016 conference

21 July 2016 - LBL
World’s most sensitive dark matter detector completes search

18 July 2016 - CERN
CERN welcomes Romania as its twenty-second Member State

14 July 2016 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Dark energy measured with record-breaking map of 1.2 million galaxies

8 July 2016 - KEK
Strengthening global coordination on large neutrino infrastructures

13 June 2016 - CERN
CERN announces winners of its 2016 beamline for schools competition

26 May 2016 - RENO Collaboration
Observation of energy dependent disappearance of reactor neutrinos

25 May 2016 - CERN
CERN experiment points to a cloudier pre-industrial climate

16 May 2016 - TRIUMF
Canada and Japan usher in a new era of partnership in physics research

9 May 2016 - CERN
The 2016 physics season starts at the LHC

6 April 2016 - IHEP Beijing
A new world record for BEPCII

28 March 2016 - BNL
A view of the colorful microcosm within a proton

11 March 2016 - AsiaHEP/ACFA
Statement from the Asian High Energy Physics Community on the International Linear Collider & Circular Electron Positron Collider

2 March 2016 - KEK
First turns and successful storage of beams in the SuperKEKB electron and positron rings

12 February 2016 - IHEP on behalf of the Daya Bay Collaboration
Most precise measurement of reactor antineutrino spectrum reveals intriguing surprise

11 February 2016 - CNRS, INFN, Nikhef & STFC
Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein’s prediction

8 February 2016 - InterAction Collaboration
Interactions at AAAS

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

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17 January 2017 - Ars Technica
A fountain of ammonia pokes holes in the Standard Model

17 January 2017 - McGill Tribune
What happened before the Big Bang?

17 January 2017 - The Hindu
India becomes associate member state of CERN

17 January 2017 - Symmetry magazine
The value of basic research

16 January 2017 - Aeon
Why we can stop worrying and love the particle accelerator

14 January 2017 - Gizmodo Australia
Drummers bang on particle accelerator parts to make beats

14 January 2017 - New Scientist
No sign of seasonal dark matter after four years of searching

13 January 2017 - The Conversation
How the insights of the Large Hadron Collider are being made open to everyone

12 January 2017 - Stanford News
Stanford physicist suggests looking for dark matter in unusual places

12 January 2017 - The Atlantic
What happens if you stick your head in a particle accelerator?'

11 January 2017 - Science Magazine
A simple explanation of mysterious space-stretching 'dark energy?'

11 January 2017 - TopExaminer
SNOLAB lands $28.6 million funding to advance neutrino and dark matter research

9 January 2017 - Bangalore Mirror
'Politics stalling country's largest basic science project'

9 January 2017 - Chicago Daily Herald
Fermilab scientists face kids' questions

9 January 2017 - Astronomy Magazine
How colleagues remember astrophysics pioneer Vera Rubin

9 January 2017 - The Sudbury Star
Sudbury's SNOLAB gets $28.6 million

9 January 2017 - CBC.ca
Feds announce $28.6 million for SNOLAB

9 January 2017 - Physics (APS)
Viewpoint: What goes up must come down

8 January 2017 - The Guardian
A new CERN experiment targets even higher energies (eventually)

8 January 2017 - Deccan Chronicle
Indian Science Congress: Scientists push Tamil Nadu to okay neutrino project

5 January 2017 - Teen Vogue
The legacies of Carrie Fisher and Vera Rubin for women in science

5 January 2017 - The Conversation UK
How giant atoms could help unveil 'dark matter' and other cosmic secrets

5 January 2017 - Kane County Chronicle
Looking Ahead: Batavia eyes energetic 2017

4 January 2017 - Forbes
The surefire way to never find anything new in science

4 January 2017 - New York Times
Why Vera Rubin deserved a Nobel

3 January 2017 - Paste Magazine
Vera Rubin's contribution to astronomy

3 January 2017 - Sputnik International
Harnessing the power of Siberia: Physicists creating matter-antimatter collider

3 January 2017 - Motherboard
Dark matter hunters are hoping 2017 is their year

3 January 2017 - Cape Cod Times
For women in science, stories matter

29 December 2016 - Wall Street Journal
Ours is the best of all possible worlds

28 December 2016 - Cosmos
Quantum quandaries and time travel: top physics stories of 2016

28 December 2016 - New York Times
Edwin Goldwasser, physicist who co-founded Fermilab, dies at 97

27 December 2016 - Popular Science
In memory of Vera Rubin, the woman the Nobel Prize forgot

27 December 2016 - WIRED
A year in dark energy, antimatter, and gravitational waves

27 December 2016 - New York Times
Vera Rubin, 88, dies; opened doors in astronomy, and for women

27 December 2016 - Gizmodo
The science stories we'll be watching in 2017

26 December 2016 - Washington Post
Vera Rubin, astronomer who verified existence of dark matter, dies at 88

26 December 2016 - The Guardian
Vera Rubin, astronomer who helped find evidence of dark matter, dies at 88

26 December 2016 - Los Angeles Times
Pioneering astronomer Vera Rubin dies at 88; she helped find evidence of dark matter

26 December 2016 - CBS News
Vera Rubin, pioneering "dark matter" astronomer, dead at 88

24 December 2016 - Daily Beast
Inside the experimental search for dark matter

24 December 2016 - The Conversation
Searching for tiny neutrinos in the South Pole

24 December 2016 - Science 2.0 (blog)
Wishing for new physics in next years' results

23 December 2016 - Science 2.0 (blog)
When will physics be done?

22 December 2016 - Source (Colorado State University)
International neutrino experiment hands CSU the remote

22 December 2016 - Vox
Why gravitational waves truly are the “scientific breakthrough of the year”

22 December 2016 - University Herald
Latest CERN research sheds new light on antimatter physics

21 December 2016 - Royal Society of Chemistry
An underwater challenge

21 December 2016 - New Atlas
CERN zaps antimatter with lasers to study its spectrum for the first time

20 December 2016 - Christian Science Monitor
What happens when you fire a laser at antimatter? Scientists find out

20 December 2016 - The Wire
Antimatter breakthrough sheds light on matter’s shadowy twin

20 December 2016 - International Business Times
CERN scientists observe antimatter light spectrum for the first time

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19 December 2016 - CERN
ALPHA experiment observes the light spectrum of antimatter for the first time

14 December 2016 - Berkeley Lab
Laser R&D focuses on next-gen particle collider

5 December 2016 - Kavli IPMU
Record-breaking faint satellite galaxy of the Milky Way discovered

10 November 2016 - Berkeley Lab
Simulations show swirling rings, whirlpool-like structure in subatomic ‘soup’

9 November 2016 - IHEP and CoEPP
CoEPP in Australia and IHEP in China sign a Memorandum of Understanding for scientific collaboration

3 November 2016 - CERN
CERN experiment improves precision of antiproton mass measurement with new innovative cooling technique

2 November 2016 - DESY
Supercomputer comes up with a profile of dark matter

27 October 2016 - STFC
Dr Brian Bowsher appointed Chief Executive of the Science and Technology Facilities Council

12 October 2016 - LBL
Planetarium show brings ‘phantom’ matter to life

10 October 2016 - IHEP
MINOS and Daya Bay join forces to narrow the window on sterile neutrinos

3 October 2016 - CoEPP
America and Australia forge a new partnership in physics research

26 September 2016 - Berkeley Lab
Construction of world’s most sensitive dark matter detector moves forward

20 September 2016 - CERN
Successful SCOAP3 Global Open Access initiative continues for three more years

14 September 2016 - TRIUMF
ARTMS™ Products Inc. licenses Canadian technology to address the global medical isotope supply challenge

10 August 2016 - CERN
The LHC MoEDAL experiment publishes its first paper on its search for magnetic monopoles

9 August 2016 - LBL
3-D Galaxy-mapping project enters construction phase

8 August 2016 - Fermilab
NOvA shines new light on how neutrinos behave

6 August 2016 - KEK
T2K presents first CP violation search result

5 August 2016 - CERN
Chicago sees floods of LHC data and new results at the ICHEP 2016 conference

21 July 2016 - LBL
World’s most sensitive dark matter detector completes search

18 July 2016 - CERN
CERN welcomes Romania as its twenty-second Member State

14 July 2016 - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Dark energy measured with record-breaking map of 1.2 million galaxies

8 July 2016 - KEK
Strengthening global coordination on large neutrino infrastructures

13 June 2016 - CERN
CERN announces winners of its 2016 beamline for schools competition

26 May 2016 - RENO Collaboration
Observation of energy dependent disappearance of reactor neutrinos

25 May 2016 - CERN
CERN experiment points to a cloudier pre-industrial climate

16 May 2016 - TRIUMF
Canada and Japan usher in a new era of partnership in physics research

9 May 2016 - CERN
The 2016 physics season starts at the LHC

6 April 2016 - IHEP Beijing
A new world record for BEPCII

28 March 2016 - BNL
A view of the colorful microcosm within a proton

11 March 2016 - AsiaHEP/ACFA
Statement from the Asian High Energy Physics Community on the International Linear Collider & Circular Electron Positron Collider

2 March 2016 - KEK
First turns and successful storage of beams in the SuperKEKB electron and positron rings

12 February 2016 - IHEP on behalf of the Daya Bay Collaboration
Most precise measurement of reactor antineutrino spectrum reveals intriguing surprise

11 February 2016 - CNRS, INFN, Nikhef & STFC
Gravitational waves detected 100 years after Einstein’s prediction

8 February 2016 - InterAction Collaboration
Interactions at AAAS

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

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17 January 2017 - Ars Technica
A fountain of ammonia pokes holes in the Standard Model

17 January 2017 - McGill Tribune
What happened before the Big Bang?

17 January 2017 - The Hindu
India becomes associate member state of CERN

17 January 2017 - Symmetry magazine
The value of basic research

16 January 2017 - Aeon
Why we can stop worrying and love the particle accelerator

14 January 2017 - Gizmodo Australia
Drummers bang on particle accelerator parts to make beats

14 January 2017 - New Scientist
No sign of seasonal dark matter after four years of searching

13 January 2017 - The Conversation
How the insights of the Large Hadron Collider are being made open to everyone

12 January 2017 - Stanford News
Stanford physicist suggests looking for dark matter in unusual places

12 January 2017 - The Atlantic
What happens if you stick your head in a particle accelerator?'

11 January 2017 - Science Magazine
A simple explanation of mysterious space-stretching 'dark energy?'

11 January 2017 - TopExaminer
SNOLAB lands $28.6 million funding to advance neutrino and dark matter research

9 January 2017 - Bangalore Mirror
'Politics stalling country's largest basic science project'

9 January 2017 - Chicago Daily Herald
Fermilab scientists face kids' questions

9 January 2017 - Astronomy Magazine
How colleagues remember astrophysics pioneer Vera Rubin

9 January 2017 - The Sudbury Star
Sudbury's SNOLAB gets $28.6 million

9 January 2017 - CBC.ca
Feds announce $28.6 million for SNOLAB

9 January 2017 - Physics (APS)
Viewpoint: What goes up must come down

8 January 2017 - The Guardian
A new CERN experiment targets even higher energies (eventually)

8 January 2017 - Deccan Chronicle
Indian Science Congress: Scientists push Tamil Nadu to okay neutrino project

5 January 2017 - Teen Vogue
The legacies of Carrie Fisher and Vera Rubin for women in science

5 January 2017 - The Conversation UK
How giant atoms could help unveil 'dark matter' and other cosmic secrets

5 January 2017 - Kane County Chronicle
Looking Ahead: Batavia eyes energetic 2017

4 January 2017 - Forbes
The surefire way to never find anything new in science

4 January 2017 - New York Times
Why Vera Rubin deserved a Nobel

3 January 2017 - Paste Magazine
Vera Rubin's contribution to astronomy

3 January 2017 - Sputnik International
Harnessing the power of Siberia: Physicists creating matter-antimatter collider

3 January 2017 - Motherboard
Dark matter hunters are hoping 2017 is their year

3 January 2017 - Cape Cod Times
For women in science, stories matter

29 December 2016 - Wall Street Journal
Ours is the best of all possible worlds

28 December 2016 - Cosmos
Quantum quandaries and time travel: top physics stories of 2016

28 December 2016 - New York Times
Edwin Goldwasser, physicist who co-founded Fermilab, dies at 97

27 December 2016 - Popular Science
In memory of Vera Rubin, the woman the Nobel Prize forgot

27 December 2016 - WIRED
A year in dark energy, antimatter, and gravitational waves

27 December 2016 - New York Times
Vera Rubin, 88, dies; opened doors in astronomy, and for women

27 December 2016 - Gizmodo
The science stories we'll be watching in 2017

26 December 2016 - Washington Post
Vera Rubin, astronomer who verified existence of dark matter, dies at 88

26 December 2016 - The Guardian
Vera Rubin, astronomer who helped find evidence of dark matter, dies at 88

26 December 2016 - Los Angeles Times
Pioneering astronomer Vera Rubin dies at 88; she helped find evidence of dark matter

26 December 2016 - CBS News
Vera Rubin, pioneering "dark matter" astronomer, dead at 88

24 December 2016 - Daily Beast
Inside the experimental search for dark matter

24 December 2016 - The Conversation
Searching for tiny neutrinos in the South Pole

24 December 2016 - Science 2.0 (blog)
Wishing for new physics in next years' results

23 December 2016 - Science 2.0 (blog)
When will physics be done?

22 December 2016 - Source (Colorado State University)
International neutrino experiment hands CSU the remote

22 December 2016 - Vox
Why gravitational waves truly are the “scientific breakthrough of the year”

22 December 2016 - University Herald
Latest CERN research sheds new light on antimatter physics

21 December 2016 - Royal Society of Chemistry
An underwater challenge

21 December 2016 - New Atlas
CERN zaps antimatter with lasers to study its spectrum for the first time

20 December 2016 - Christian Science Monitor
What happens when you fire a laser at antimatter? Scientists find out

20 December 2016 - The Wire
Antimatter breakthrough sheds light on matter’s shadowy twin

20 December 2016 - International Business Times
CERN scientists observe antimatter light spectrum for the first time

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8 December 2016

  • Proudly presenting: the new LCC management
  • Press statement LCWS2016
  • Science First with the ILC- Keynote speech by Takeo Kawamura

CERN Community

13 January 2017

  • Big bangs: STOMP at CERN
  • Non-stop activity at the CERN Neutrino Platform
  • CERN donates computing equipment to Ecuador
  • New internal purchase requests and activity codes
  • Computer Security: about security incidents & issues
  • The accelerator under the Louvre
  • At the end of a great year

CERN Courier

January/February 2017

  • The dawn of a new era
  • General relativity at 100
  • Gravity's quantum side
  • The LHC's extra dimension
  • Catching a gravitational wave
  • Does antimatter fall up?
  • The many lives of supergravity
  • Linking waves to particles

symmetry magazine

  • STOMP visits CERN
  • Twinkle, twinkle, little supernova
  • How heavy is a neutrino?
  • CERN ramps up neutrino program
  • Anything to declare?
  • 2016 year in particle physics
  • The ABCs of Particle Physics board book

Accelerating News
  • LINAC4 reaches target energy of 160 MeV
  • A year of success for HL-LHC
  • EuPRAXIA baseline parameters
  • Interview with Jon Butterworth
  • Cryogenic safety tool developed at CERN
  • Moedas on SESAME and science diplomacy
  • A revolutionary mini accelerator
  • New collaboration board for HL-LHC
  • Designing an elevator system for FCC

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