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The Linear Accelerator Laboratory: furthering fundamental physics

The Linear Accelerator Laboratory: furthering fundamental physics

Achille Stocchi outlines the Linear Accelerator Laboratory’s contributions to various areas of the physics landscapes and introduces a new laboratory. The Linear Accelerator Laboratory is...
Particle and astroparticle physics: Big Science, big challenges and big data

Particle and astroparticle physics: Big Science, big challenges and big data

Dr Giovanni Lamanna, the Director of the CNRS-IN2P3 Laboratory of Particle Physics in Annecy, LAPP, discusses the laboratory’s research programme through a journey into...
Helsinki Institute of Physics: Finnish particle physics research

Helsinki Institute of Physics: Finnish particle physics research

Professor Katri Huitu outlines how the Helsinki Institute of Physics is working to boost Finland’s expertise in and contributions to particle physics research. Particle physics...
CERN: The European Strategy for Particle Physics

CERN: The European Strategy for Particle Physics

CERN’s Director for Research and Computing, Professor Eckhard Elsen, spoke to SciTech Europa about the new update of the European Strategy for Particle Physics. Planning...
The physics of movie-making: making computer animation more realistic

The physics of movie-making: making computer animation more realistic

There is a new theory based on physics which could help computer animation and allow more life-like movie-making. The study was led by Dartmouth College...
LESIA space missions: astrophysics with small and large instruments

LESIA space missions: astrophysics with small and large instruments

LESIA is a lead space laboratory in France involved in the data analysis and archiving of space missions and large telescopes instruments in astrophysics. The...
Physics beyond the Standard Model: CERN's new strategy

Physics beyond the Standard Model: CERN’s new strategy

CERN's new strategy is up for discussion after the formal launch of the European Strategy for Particle Physics today. CERN will develop a vision for the future of...
Physics and technology funding from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation

Physics and technology funding from the Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation

The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation has awarded SEK 640m (~€61.7m) of physics and technology funding to research projects. The physics and technology funding has...
Physics scholarship for women, and ethnic minority and refugee students

Physics scholarship for women, and ethnic minority and refugee students

A physics scholarship for women, under-represented ethnic minorities, and refugee students has been announced after a leading UK female astronomer has donated her £2.3m (~€2.56m)...
Indefinite causal order: Quantum physics answers the ‘chicken or the egg’ question

Indefinite causal order: Quantum physics answers the ‘chicken or the egg’ question

Indefinite causal order: quantum physics answers the ‘chicken or the egg’ question Physicists at the University of Queensland, Australia, and the NÉEL Institute, France, have...

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