CERN Courier: latest issue
Updated: 2 hours 22 min ago
• André Lagarrigue Prize 2016 • CERN communications make the grade • Hidden Figures premiered • A wealth of new results at Moriond • Madagascar event marks 15 years • Celebrating 90 years of quantum mechanics • Physics at the intensity frontier • CLIC looks to the future • RuPAC16 demonstrates international outlook • Visits
An interview with Erik Verlinde, who argues that dark matter is an illusion caused by an incomplete understanding of gravity.
Due for launch in 2020, ESA’s Euclid probe will track galaxies and large areas of sky to find the cause of the cosmic acceleration.
Over time, an increasing number of particle physicists became interested in the problem of dark matter, partly driven by new scientific results but also by sociological changes.
A 100 km-circumference collider would address many of the outstanding questions in modern particle physics.
• Ludwig Faddeev 1934–2017 • Victor Kryshkin 1939–2017 • Heinrich Leutz 1928–2017
• Challenges and Goals for Accelerators in the XXI Century • Big Data: Storage, Sharing, and Security • Books received