Weekly news - from the world of accelerators, physics, experiments and events.
In case you missed it, on 23 March, an 'Intriguing new result from the LHCb experiment' at CERN was announced, which, if confirmed, would suggest hints of a violation of the Standard Model of particle physics, read more here: https://home.cern/news/news/physics/intriguing-new-result-lhcb-experiment-cern
Two and a quarter years after it was delivered to the LS2 intervention teams, the key to the LHC is back in the hands of the Operations group and preparations are underway to bring the LHC back to life later this year: https://home.cern/news/news/accelerators/lhc-key-handed-back-operation
Following a professional experience at CERN, members of the High-Energy Network embark on vastly diverse career trajectories, some of whom discover their vocation in the Environment Industry. On 30 April, the Alumni Relations team is organising the 6th Moving out of Academia to.. the Environment Industry. More details will be published soon on alumni.cern. In the meantime, we revisit CERN Alumnus Lee De Mora, Earth System Modeller at Plymouth Marine Laboratory, and discover the similarities between the worlds of particle physics and climatology research: https://alumni.cern/news/31241
Finally, from our much appreciated magazine Symmetry, we leave you with ‘Six fabulous facts about the Standard Model’: https://www.symmetrymagazine.org/article/six-fabulous-facts-about-the-standard-model