In the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Switzerland, the highest energy phenomena are being studied.

The LUX experiment, deep in the Homestake Mine, in South Dakota, is the most sensitive detector in operation, searching for dark matter interactions.

At the Daya Bay reactor experiment in China, evidence for neutrino mass and couplings has been observed and will be studied with greater sensitivity.

The CUORE experiment in Italy, complementary to Daya Bay, will study other fundamental properties of massive neutrinos.

The BEPP center is a member of the CERN RD53 collaboration, to develop new integrated circuits for building future pixel detector at the LHC.

The Sound Reproduction R&D project develops technology, based on particle physics instrumentation methods, to play historical recordings without mechanical contact. This has opened access to previously inaccessible histrorical records, which were damaged or too fragile to play be conventional methods.