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Yearly archive: 2016

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28 April 2016 | Download PDF
  • Around the World: Akira Yamamoto awarded the Medal with Purple Ribbon
  • Director's Corner: Looking into the crystal ball
  • Around the World: From metal sheet to particle accelerator (part 2 of 3)
  • Around the World: KEK changes organisational structure towards realisation of the ILC
14 April 2016 | Download PDF
  • Around the World: French linear collider days review Linear Collider status
  • Image of the week: Advertising past and future sights
  • Around the World: From metal sheet to particle accelerator (Part 1of 3)
  • Director's Corner: Driving cooperation projects forward
24 March 2016 | Download PDF
  • Director's Corner: Morioka welcomes next LC workshop
  • Image of the week: Thirst for knowledge - the ILC vending machine
  • Around the World: More time for collaboration
  • Feature: Big science needs international partnership
10 March 2016 | Download PDF
  • Director's Corner: Adapting to change
  • Around the World: KEK's science comic features the ILC
  • Feature: Directors from major particle physics labs meet Japanese journalists
3 March 2016 | Download PDF
  • Feature: Unplugged: new magnet concept could lower CLIC’s power bill
  • Director's Corner: US-Japan symposium
  • Video of the week: New results on the search for gravitational waves – the video
11 February 2016 | Download PDF
  • Director's Corner: Towards an Asian Strategy for Particle Physics?
  • Feature: A dream comes true
  • Image of the week: ARUP tool shortlisted for prestigious prize
  • Feature: Here’s your physics case, once and for all
28 January 2016 | Download PDF
  • Feature: Stamp of approval
  • Director's Corner: Political progress
  • Around the World: From European XFEL: First electrons accelerated in European XFEL
  • Image of the week: CLIC experts meet at CERN
14 January 2016 | Download PDF
  • Director's Corner: The Golden State of Linear Colliders
  • Around the World: KEK issues action plan for the International Linear Collider
  • Feature: Family reunion of many generations of TESLA technology