A joint Fermilab/SLAC publication

CERN challenges students to design experiment

Groups of high school students from around the world are competing to win the chance to conduct a particle physics experiment at CERN.


First beam of antihydrogen atoms produced at CERN

The ASACUSA collaboration at CERN has successfully performed a new technique that will help them study the properties of antimatter.


Exhibit brings the LHC to London

Visitors to London’s Science Museum can now take a simulated tour of CERN and the Large Hadron Collider.


CERN computing heads to Eastern Europe

To deal with increasingly data-hungry experiments at the Large Hadron Collider, CERN has built an addition to its data center—in Budapest.


TEDxCERN multiplies dimensions

Videos of the talks at TEDxCERN, many of which dealt with particle physics, are now available online.


Matter, antimatter, we all fall down—right?

Scientists perform the first direct investigation into how antimatter interacts with gravity.


LHC passes ‘ping-pong ball’ test

Physicists send an ultra-clean, miniature ping-pong ball through part of the Large Hadron Collider beam pipe to test for hidden defects.


Great minds lauded at physics prize ceremony

A crowd full of stars from the field of particle physics—along with one from Hollywood—celebrated recent achievements.


Passing the torch at ATLAS

University of Birmingham physicist Dave Charlton takes over from Fabiola Gianotti as the new spokesperson of the ATLAS experiment.


Priorities in particle physics

A first draft of the European Strategy for Particle Physics places emphasis on research at the Large Hadron Collider.