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06/19/19

A miniature camera for the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope

ComCam will help test the observatory once it is installed in Chile later this year.

06/18/19

A day in the life of an accelerator designer

Physicist Tor Raubenheimer explores the world by climbing rocks and designing particle accelerators.

06/11/19

The language of physics

10 more words that mean something different to scientists.

06/10/19

Berkeley leans into search for light dark matter

Dark matter could be much lower in mass and slighter in energy than previously thought.

06/06/19

Sharing CERN with Nepal

A dynamic duo at CERN is planting seeds to foster physics research in Nepal.

06/04/19

Engineering the world’s largest digital camera

Building the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope also means solving extraordinary technological challenges.

05/28/19

Brothers reunited on the ATLAS experiment

Two brothers with very different career paths land on the same project at CERN.

05/21/19

From physics to data science

Four physicists share their journeys through academia into industry and offer words of wisdom for those considering making a similar move.

05/16/19

Europe’s path forward

Physicists meet this week in Granada, Spain, to update the European Strategy for Particle Physics.

05/14/19

Casting a wide net

In their quest to discover physics beyond the Standard Model, physicists weigh the pros and cons of different search strategies.

05/07/19

A universe is born

Take a (brief) journey through the early history of our cosmos.

05/02/19

The unseen progress of the LHC

It’s not always about what you discover.

04/30/19

A common language

Physics professor Jason Nordhaus is working to reduce barriers to STEM for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.

04/25/19

It takes a village

Building a particle physics laboratory requires more than physicists.

04/23/19

Falsifiability and physics

Can a theory that isn’t completely testable still be useful to physics?

04/18/19

What gravitational waves can say about dark matter

Scientists think that, under some circumstances, dark matter could generate powerful enough gravitational waves for equipment like LIGO to detect.