A joint Fermilab/SLAC publication
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Decolonizing science through sci comm

Science writer Sibusiso Biyela aims to bring science back to South Africa’s Zulu communities.

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The building boom

These international projects, selected during the process to plan the future of US particle physics, are all set to come online within the next 10 years.

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Waiting for a sign

Some scientists spend decades trying to catch a glimpse of a rare process. But with good experimental design and a lot of luck, they often need only a handful of signals to make a discovery.

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Neural networks for neutrinos

Scientists are using cutting-edge machine-learning techniques to analyze physics data.

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Turning plots into stained glass

Hubert van Hecke, a heavy-ion physicist, transforms particle physics plots into works of art.

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Understanding the unknown universe

The authors of We Have No Idea remind us that there are still many unsolved mysteries in science.

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How blue-sky research shapes the future

While driven by the desire to pursue curiosity, fundamental investigations are the crucial first step to innovation.

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What ended the dark ages of the universe?

New experiments will help astronomers uncover the sources that helped make the universe transparent.

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Hacking for humanity

THE Port humanitarian hackathon at CERN brings people from multiple industries together to make the world a better place.

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A primer on gravitational-wave detectors

Physicists are searching for gravitational waves all across the spectrum.