— The TED website now hosts even more TEDxCERN talks, reaching viewers of more than 1 million per video
— CERN Researchers at ISOLDE facility show the supposedly doubly-magic nucleus 52Ca has an unexpectedly large charge radius
— Less than three years after the EC and CERN announced the start of the CESSAMag project, the final components left CERN bound for Jordan today
— The Laboratory welcomes the President of Lithuania and the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
— After a major revamp in 2015, CERN’s Microcosm exhibition is once again open to visitors.
— ALPHA shows the most accurate measurement yet of the electric charge of antihydrogen atoms in a new Nature paper
— Hundreds of people were hard at work during the year-end technical stop as all the accelerators underwent maintenance and upgrade operations.
— Professor Carlo Rubbia, former CERN Director-General, awarded highest scientific prize for foreign individuals by the People’s Republic of China
— New International Cooperation Agreements with Lebanon and Palestine pave the way to enhanced collaboration between CERN and the Middle East
— As the New Year begins, CERN’s new Director-General, Fabiola Gianotti looks to the goals and challenges for 2016 and beyond
— 2015: the year that saw the restart of collisions at the world’s largest particle accelerator and the return of the particle hunters to their lookouts
— Following the signature of an umbrella agreement in May, a series of detailed CERN-US protocols was concluded today in a short ceremony at CERN
— From retrieving data tapes to handling material safely, the robots at CERN fulfill numerous tasks
— In preparation for civil engineering work for the High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider, vibration measurements have been carried out near the LHC
— The two general-purpose LHC experiments have unveiled analyses of data collected in 2015 from proton collisions at an energy of 13 TeV
— The InterActions collaboration has selected its top six photographs in the ‘Global Physics Photowalk’ competition
— All the talks from TEDxCERN 2015 from using virtual reality in education to surfing wakefields, are now available online
— CERN test magnet reaches a record-breaking goal of 16.2 tesla field, paving way for future accelerator designs
— Linac 4 now reaching milestone energy of 50MeV to act as replacement for ageing Linac2, before taking over at head of accelerator chain in 2020
— The accelerator is colliding leads ions at an energy about twice as high as that of any previous collider experiment