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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

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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The energy spectrum of particles will help make out black holes

30 June 2016 - Physics World
Quantum computer simulates fundamental particle interactions for the first time

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30 June 2016 - Crazy Engineers
Now Listen To Music Driven From Real Field Data - MIT Media Lab Unveils Quantizer

29 June 2016 - Universe Today
Professor Stephen Hawking Intends To Map The Known Universe

29 June 2016 - The Science Explorer
Thanks to This Pear-Shaped Nucleus, We Likely Won’t Ever Time Travel

28 June 2016 - Express.co.uk
What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider 'prove portals are opening

27 June 2016 - The Sudbury Star
Sudbury experiment heads to London

27 June 2016 - CBC/Radio-Canada
Sudbury exhibit of Nobel Prize winning research to open at London's Canada House

27 June 2016 - Cambridge News
Professor Stephen Hawking set to reveal plans to map known universe

26 June 2016 - PRI
These are some of the darkest mysteries of our universe

26 June 2016 - The Australian
Stephen Hawking plans 3D map of known universe

25 June 2016 - International Business Times
World’s largest neutrino telescope may be built soon in the depths of the Mediterranean sea

25 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Rumors cast doubt on diphoton bump

25 June 2016 - DNews - Seeker
Meet the guy who runs the Large Hadron Collider

25 June 2016 - Science 2.0
Finding All-Hadronic Top - Again

24 June 2016 - Popular Science
This enormous telescope will study neutrinos from the depths of the ocean floor

24 June 2016 - The Register
LIGO team may have found dark matter

24 June 2016 - Scientific American
Expansion of early universe modeled in unprecedented detail

24 June 2016 - Cosmos
The mystery of the missing antimatter

24 June 2016 - Gizmodo
Hopes are fading fast for possible new particle at the LHC

23 June 2016 - Maine News Online
Elementary particle physics simulated in quantum computer

23 June 2016 - ABC Online
The antimatter mystery: Annihilation and a universe that shouldn't exist

22 June 2016 - Nature News
Quantum computer makes first high-energy physics simulation

21 June 2016 - Physicsworld.com
ITER fusion-reactor schedule slips by five years

21 June 2016 - Computer Business Review
What is CERN?

20 June 2016 - Tech Times
New CERN experiment could shrink particle accelerators from town to tabletop size

19 June 2016 - Daily Press
Jefferson Lab's DarkLight experiment to hunt elusive dark photon

17 June 2016 - Popular Science
First test for machine that could change the future of particle physics

17 June 2016 - Physics Today
Questions and answers with Joseph Conlon

17 June 2016 - The Northern Eco
From dark matter experiments to life on Mars

16 June 2016 - The Guardian
Winners of inaugural Stephen Hawking medal announced

15 June 2016 - New Scientist
Dark energy must die – these rebel physicists can take it down

15 June 2016 - The Conversation UK
Gravitational waves found again: here's how they could whisper the universe's secrets

15 June 2016 - Astronomy Magazine
Could dark matter really be first generation black holes?

14 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Have physicists discovered a new boson?

14 June 2016 - Symmetry magazine
CERN grants beam time to students

13 June 2016 - Scientific American (blog)
Is particle physics about to crack wide open?

13 June 2016 - Daily Star Gazette
Large Hadron Accelerator readings show existence of another layer of particle physics

13 June 2016 - Space.com
Dark matter may be made of primordia black holes

13 June 2016 - Dubuque Telegraph Herald
Summer of Science: Neutrino beam coming through Dubuque

12 June 2016 - Daily Mail
Scientists swap lab coats for hardhats in the search for dark matter in Victorian goldmine

11 June 2016 - The Economist
Elementary: updating the periodic table

11 June 2016 - Physics Today
Four superheavy elements are nameless no more

11 June 2016 - Forbes
Ask Ethan: Is there really evidence for a new, fifth force?

10 June 2016 - Imperial College London
Sir Tom Kibble: a tribute

9 June 2016 - The Atlantic
Four names for four new elements

9 June 2016 - Popular Mechanics
Is the "dark force" real, and can it unlock dark matter?

8 June 2016 - NPR
New physics beyond the Higgs?

8 June 2016 - New Scientist
Bully particle beats up atoms to fix cosmic accounting glitch

8 June 2016 - New Scientist
Ghostly neutrino could be behind cosmic expansion mystery

7 June 2016 - Financial Times
Physicists have opened up a thrilling wonderland

7 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Evidence of a 'fifth force' faces scrutiny

6 June 2016 - Science 2.0
The Large Hadron Collider piles up more data

6 June 2016 - TRIUMF
TRIUMF and Altera partner on advanced training


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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

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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30 June 2016 - Science Daily
The energy spectrum of particles will help make out black holes

30 June 2016 - Physics World
Quantum computer simulates fundamental particle interactions for the first time

30 June 2016 - EIN News
Scientists See Electron Bottleneck in Simulated Battery

30 June 2016 - Crazy Engineers
Now Listen To Music Driven From Real Field Data - MIT Media Lab Unveils Quantizer

29 June 2016 - Universe Today
Professor Stephen Hawking Intends To Map The Known Universe

29 June 2016 - The Science Explorer
Thanks to This Pear-Shaped Nucleus, We Likely Won’t Ever Time Travel

28 June 2016 - Express.co.uk
What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider 'prove portals are opening

27 June 2016 - The Sudbury Star
Sudbury experiment heads to London

27 June 2016 - CBC/Radio-Canada
Sudbury exhibit of Nobel Prize winning research to open at London's Canada House

27 June 2016 - Cambridge News
Professor Stephen Hawking set to reveal plans to map known universe

26 June 2016 - PRI
These are some of the darkest mysteries of our universe

26 June 2016 - The Australian
Stephen Hawking plans 3D map of known universe

25 June 2016 - International Business Times
World’s largest neutrino telescope may be built soon in the depths of the Mediterranean sea

25 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Rumors cast doubt on diphoton bump

25 June 2016 - DNews - Seeker
Meet the guy who runs the Large Hadron Collider

25 June 2016 - Science 2.0
Finding All-Hadronic Top - Again

24 June 2016 - Popular Science
This enormous telescope will study neutrinos from the depths of the ocean floor

24 June 2016 - The Register
LIGO team may have found dark matter

24 June 2016 - Scientific American
Expansion of early universe modeled in unprecedented detail

24 June 2016 - Cosmos
The mystery of the missing antimatter

24 June 2016 - Gizmodo
Hopes are fading fast for possible new particle at the LHC

23 June 2016 - Maine News Online
Elementary particle physics simulated in quantum computer

23 June 2016 - ABC Online
The antimatter mystery: Annihilation and a universe that shouldn't exist

22 June 2016 - Nature News
Quantum computer makes first high-energy physics simulation

21 June 2016 - Physicsworld.com
ITER fusion-reactor schedule slips by five years

21 June 2016 - Computer Business Review
What is CERN?

20 June 2016 - Tech Times
New CERN experiment could shrink particle accelerators from town to tabletop size

19 June 2016 - Daily Press
Jefferson Lab's DarkLight experiment to hunt elusive dark photon

17 June 2016 - Popular Science
First test for machine that could change the future of particle physics

17 June 2016 - Physics Today
Questions and answers with Joseph Conlon

17 June 2016 - The Northern Eco
From dark matter experiments to life on Mars

16 June 2016 - The Guardian
Winners of inaugural Stephen Hawking medal announced

15 June 2016 - New Scientist
Dark energy must die – these rebel physicists can take it down

15 June 2016 - The Conversation UK
Gravitational waves found again: here's how they could whisper the universe's secrets

15 June 2016 - Astronomy Magazine
Could dark matter really be first generation black holes?

14 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Have physicists discovered a new boson?

14 June 2016 - Symmetry magazine
CERN grants beam time to students

13 June 2016 - Scientific American (blog)
Is particle physics about to crack wide open?

13 June 2016 - Daily Star Gazette
Large Hadron Accelerator readings show existence of another layer of particle physics

13 June 2016 - Space.com
Dark matter may be made of primordia black holes

13 June 2016 - Dubuque Telegraph Herald
Summer of Science: Neutrino beam coming through Dubuque

12 June 2016 - Daily Mail
Scientists swap lab coats for hardhats in the search for dark matter in Victorian goldmine

11 June 2016 - The Economist
Elementary: updating the periodic table

11 June 2016 - Physics Today
Four superheavy elements are nameless no more

11 June 2016 - Forbes
Ask Ethan: Is there really evidence for a new, fifth force?

10 June 2016 - Imperial College London
Sir Tom Kibble: a tribute

9 June 2016 - The Atlantic
Four names for four new elements

9 June 2016 - Popular Mechanics
Is the "dark force" real, and can it unlock dark matter?

8 June 2016 - NPR
New physics beyond the Higgs?

8 June 2016 - New Scientist
Bully particle beats up atoms to fix cosmic accounting glitch

8 June 2016 - New Scientist
Ghostly neutrino could be behind cosmic expansion mystery

7 June 2016 - Financial Times
Physicists have opened up a thrilling wonderland

7 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Evidence of a 'fifth force' faces scrutiny

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The Large Hadron Collider piles up more data

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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

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

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

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Dark Energy Survey finds more celestial neighbors

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30 June 2016 - Science Daily
The energy spectrum of particles will help make out black holes

30 June 2016 - Physics World
Quantum computer simulates fundamental particle interactions for the first time

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Scientists See Electron Bottleneck in Simulated Battery

30 June 2016 - Crazy Engineers
Now Listen To Music Driven From Real Field Data - MIT Media Lab Unveils Quantizer

29 June 2016 - Universe Today
Professor Stephen Hawking Intends To Map The Known Universe

29 June 2016 - The Science Explorer
Thanks to This Pear-Shaped Nucleus, We Likely Won’t Ever Time Travel

28 June 2016 - Express.co.uk
What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider 'prove portals are opening

27 June 2016 - The Sudbury Star
Sudbury experiment heads to London

27 June 2016 - CBC/Radio-Canada
Sudbury exhibit of Nobel Prize winning research to open at London's Canada House

27 June 2016 - Cambridge News
Professor Stephen Hawking set to reveal plans to map known universe

26 June 2016 - PRI
These are some of the darkest mysteries of our universe

26 June 2016 - The Australian
Stephen Hawking plans 3D map of known universe

25 June 2016 - International Business Times
World’s largest neutrino telescope may be built soon in the depths of the Mediterranean sea

25 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Rumors cast doubt on diphoton bump

25 June 2016 - DNews - Seeker
Meet the guy who runs the Large Hadron Collider

25 June 2016 - Science 2.0
Finding All-Hadronic Top - Again

24 June 2016 - Popular Science
This enormous telescope will study neutrinos from the depths of the ocean floor

24 June 2016 - The Register
LIGO team may have found dark matter

24 June 2016 - Scientific American
Expansion of early universe modeled in unprecedented detail

24 June 2016 - Cosmos
The mystery of the missing antimatter

24 June 2016 - Gizmodo
Hopes are fading fast for possible new particle at the LHC

23 June 2016 - Maine News Online
Elementary particle physics simulated in quantum computer

23 June 2016 - ABC Online
The antimatter mystery: Annihilation and a universe that shouldn't exist

22 June 2016 - Nature News
Quantum computer makes first high-energy physics simulation

21 June 2016 - Physicsworld.com
ITER fusion-reactor schedule slips by five years

21 June 2016 - Computer Business Review
What is CERN?

20 June 2016 - Tech Times
New CERN experiment could shrink particle accelerators from town to tabletop size

19 June 2016 - Daily Press
Jefferson Lab's DarkLight experiment to hunt elusive dark photon

17 June 2016 - Popular Science
First test for machine that could change the future of particle physics

17 June 2016 - Physics Today
Questions and answers with Joseph Conlon

17 June 2016 - The Northern Eco
From dark matter experiments to life on Mars

16 June 2016 - The Guardian
Winners of inaugural Stephen Hawking medal announced

15 June 2016 - New Scientist
Dark energy must die – these rebel physicists can take it down

15 June 2016 - The Conversation UK
Gravitational waves found again: here's how they could whisper the universe's secrets

15 June 2016 - Astronomy Magazine
Could dark matter really be first generation black holes?

14 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Have physicists discovered a new boson?

14 June 2016 - Symmetry magazine
CERN grants beam time to students

13 June 2016 - Scientific American (blog)
Is particle physics about to crack wide open?

13 June 2016 - Daily Star Gazette
Large Hadron Accelerator readings show existence of another layer of particle physics

13 June 2016 - Space.com
Dark matter may be made of primordia black holes

13 June 2016 - Dubuque Telegraph Herald
Summer of Science: Neutrino beam coming through Dubuque

12 June 2016 - Daily Mail
Scientists swap lab coats for hardhats in the search for dark matter in Victorian goldmine

11 June 2016 - The Economist
Elementary: updating the periodic table

11 June 2016 - Physics Today
Four superheavy elements are nameless no more

11 June 2016 - Forbes
Ask Ethan: Is there really evidence for a new, fifth force?

10 June 2016 - Imperial College London
Sir Tom Kibble: a tribute

9 June 2016 - The Atlantic
Four names for four new elements

9 June 2016 - Popular Mechanics
Is the "dark force" real, and can it unlock dark matter?

8 June 2016 - NPR
New physics beyond the Higgs?

8 June 2016 - New Scientist
Bully particle beats up atoms to fix cosmic accounting glitch

8 June 2016 - New Scientist
Ghostly neutrino could be behind cosmic expansion mystery

7 June 2016 - Financial Times
Physicists have opened up a thrilling wonderland

7 June 2016 - Quanta Magazine
Evidence of a 'fifth force' faces scrutiny

6 June 2016 - Science 2.0
The Large Hadron Collider piles up more data

6 June 2016 - TRIUMF
TRIUMF and Altera partner on advanced training


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LC Newsline

23 June 2016

  • One step further with the ILC Human Resource Working Group activities at MEXT, Japan
  • International Linear Collider community meets at ECFA workshop LCWS16
  • The new ILD structure

CERN Bulletin

13 June 2016

  • Six new projects will bridge gap between CERN and society
  • Why diversity means more than just gender
  • LHC Report: staying cool despite record highs
  • CERN's IT Consultancy Team: a new IT project support service
  • Come and play with HEAL in Microcosm!
  • Horses help to maintain CERN's forests

CERN Courier

June 2016

  • CERN’s IT gears up to face the challenges of LHC Run 2
  • Data preservation is a journey
  • NA62: CERN’s kaon factory
  • Particle flow in CMS
  • AugerPrime looks to the highest energies

symmetry magazine

  • The Higgs-shaped elephant in the room
  • All four one and one for all
  • Second gravitational wave detection announced
  • The neutrino turns 60
  • The neutrino cocktail
  • What is a “particle”?
  • 1,000 meters below

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  • LINAC4 ready to go up in energy

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