At the end of each year, we summarise some of the centre’s highlights and research visions in the CP3-Origins Black Books. These books are created for colleagues and physics students, but are aimed at everyone who wishes to be kept up-to-date on one of the most fascinating areas of research. The previous six books can be downloaded from our web page.
Four years ago, we introduced the interactive Black Book (iBlack Book), directly downloadable for free on iTunes, featuring enriched content for more fun and effective reading. This pioneering way of scientific reporting has been highly appreciated, and therefore I am very happy to announce the fifth iBlack Book.
This book is available for download with iBooks on your iPad or your Mac (OS X 10.9 or later).
The 7th Black Book is also available in a PDF version without the interactive features:
The previous black books can be found here: