The American Physical Society Division of Plasma Physics awarded its John Dawson award for excellence in plasma physics research to several ALPHA members.
The first construction meeting for the Extra-Low ENergy Antiproton (ELENA) Ring kicks off at CERN today.
In a paper published online at Nature Physics, ALPHA announces confinement of antihydrogen atoms for at least 1000s.
The first beam of the 2011 season was delivered to ALPHA from the AD.
Members of the ALPHA Collaboration at the Energy Antiproton Physics Conference at TRIUMF, in Vancouver.
ALPHA's recently announced achievement of trapping antihydrogen atoms on the front cover of the CERN Courier.
Physics World, the international physics magazine produced by the Institute of Physics, has named ALPHA's recent trapping of antihydrogen as part of the #1 physics breakthrough of 2010.