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, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is the world's largest particle physics lab, home of the . French:
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CERN 13h
Today at a colloquium at , laureate Professor Samuel Ting will present the latest results from , which sits aboard . Join us via webcast in 15 minutes: Read more:
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CERN 14h
July 1962: Chimney sweepers busy at the Central Heating Plant More information and photos in our archives:
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CERN May 23
Assembly of the HIE-ISOLDE niobium–copper cavities. Read more about these cavities in the latest edition of the CERN Courier: Photo: Maximilien Brice/CERN
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CERN May 22
The OPERA collaboration presents its final results on oscillations and makes all data available on the CERN portal: Image: The OPERA experiment at the Gran Sasso Laboratory in Italy (Photo: )
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CERN May 18
. astronaut visited CERN today and met laureate Prof Sam Ting. Here, the two are holding a model of , which has been on the since 2011. Next Thursday, Prof Ting will present the latest news from AMS:
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CERN May 18
The European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) is using X-rays to unlock the secrets of matter and is one of CERN’s partners in developing future accelerators. Follow to get to know them better.
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CERN May 17
1970: Richard Feynman giving a lecture at CERN
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CERN May 17
CERN is proud to support diversity in science and diversity in the workplace. Celebrate the first international day of LGBTQ+ people in STEM on 5th July 2018
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symmetry magazine May 15
What is it like inside the LHC? Symmetry tackles some unconventional questions about the world’s highest energy particle accelerator:
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CERN May 16
"Wandering the Immeasurable" by Gayle Hermick
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CERN May 16
"Question what’s happening around you, identify problems and try to solve them." CERN Director-General Fabiola Gianotti meets Dutch high-school students during their recent internship
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CERN May 14
Physicists from around the world are gathering at the Quark Matter 2018 conference to discuss new developments in high energy heavy-ion physics. Follow & to find out more.
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CERN May 10
1975: A coil of superconducting magnet
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CERN May 10
Congratulations to Fabiola Gianotti, Director-General and Guy Wilkinson, former spokesperson for being elected as Fellows of The Royal Society.
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CERN May 9
A dipole model from the Large Hadron Collider , exhibited in the Microcosm, one of the two permanent exhibitions at CERN
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CERN May 9
Did you know the cosmos can play the piano? When cosmic rays pass through this specialist instrument, bulbs light up and musical notes play. See it in action at the Music of Physics event in Sofia, this weekend (Link in Bulgarian):
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CERN May 9
What happens when aspiring technology developers meet healthcare experts?
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CERN May 8
Can you imagine working on not one but two Nobel prize-enabling machines in your career? Lyn Evans describes his time working on the and at
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CERN May 7
Can assist high-energy physics in discovering and characterising new particles at the ? Participate in the challenge if you think you have the answer:
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CERN May 7
Since this weekend – ten days ahead of schedule – the is delivering collisions to the experiments with 2556 simultaneous bunches (or packets) of protons, the target for 2018. Read more about the LHC’s 2018 physics run:
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