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Excess x-rays from neutron stars could lead to discovery of new particle
Study: X-Rays Surrounding ‘Magnificent 7’ May Be Traces of Sought-After Particle
Xcitement down under: Australia gets first X-band facility
A new way to look for gravitational waves
How aerosols are formed
CMS collaboration releases its first open data from heavy-ion collisions
LS2 Report: Beams circulate in PS Booster
ALICE takes leap forward with major new installation
Materials that matter
Computer Security: CEO fraud
CMS sets new bounds on mass of leptoquarks
How matter holds together: ALICE researchers prepare way for precision studies of strong interaction
LS2 Report: Review of a rather unusual year
LS2 Report: Review of a rather unusual year
Physicists collaborate to produce high-performance ventilators at low cost
CERN announces new open data policy in support of open science
Rising star awards for leading scientists
Prestigious ERC grant to two Lund University researchers
Breakthrough in nuclear physics
ALICE opens avenue for high-precision studies of strong force
SPS key back in hands of Operations group
Reinstalling revamped ALICE Miniframe
Rooted in society
$570K grant to study scarce particles, dark matter
Pulling secrets of dark matter out of a hat
New schedule for CERN’s accelerators and experiments
LS2 Report: Linac3 tests new equipment for higher-intensity beams
Computer Security: Scanning for problems
Gravity of dreams
Applications open for 2021 CERN openlab Summer Student Programme
New 3D colour X-rays made possible with CERN technology
MADMAX and CERN’s Morpurgo magnet
LS2 Report: first beam inside upgraded HIE-ISOLDE facility
MADMAX and CERN’s Morpugo magnet
New artists for Simetría residency at CERN and ALMA-ESO
Component testing for EES facility can begin
Computer Security: Telecompromised
Study Applies Error-Reducing Methods from Particle Physics to Quantum Computing
Five MIT researchers receive awards from American Physical Society
A transportable antiproton trap to unlock secrets of antimatter
Vreeswijk appointed Professor of Experimental Physics
Cabling of LHC detectors moves up a gear thanks to automation of testing
ATLAS sets new limits on exotic types of long-lived particles
A peek into Science Gateway’s planned content
PS key has been handed back to Operations group
UNESCO, WHO and UN High Commissioner for Human Rights call for “open science”
Making hardware design open and free
Computer Security: A new departmental car service