CERN Updates

ALPHA experiment shows antihydrogen charge is neutral

21 Jan 2016 — ALPHA shows the most accurate measurement yet of the electric charge of antihydrogen atoms in a new Nature paper

Winter therapy for the accelerators

14 Jan 2016 — Hundreds of people were hard at work during the year-end technical stop as all the accelerators underwent maintenance and upgrade operations

Carlo Rubbia awarded China’s highest scientific prize

8 Jan 2016 — Professor Carlo Rubbia, former CERN Director-General, awarded highest scientific prize for foreign individuals by the People’s Republic of China

CERN expands scientific collaboration with Middle East

7 Jan 2016 — New International Cooperation Agreements with Lebanon and Palestine pave the way to enhanced collaboration between CERN and the Middle East

Happy 2016 from CERN

5 Jan 2016 — As the New Year begins, CERN’s new Director-General, Fabiola Gianotti looks to the goals and challenges for 2016 and beyond

2015 at CERN in pictures

18 Dec 2015 — 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

A new era for CERN-US collaboration in particle physics

18 Dec 2015 — 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

Meet the CERN robots

17 Dec 2015 — From retrieving data tapes to handling material safely, the robots at CERN fulfill numerous tasks

Vibration tests for High-Luminosity LHC project begin

17 Dec 2015 — In preparation for civil engineering work for the High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider, vibration measurements have been carried out near the LHC

ATLAS and CMS present their 2015 LHC results

16 Dec 2015 — The two general-purpose LHC experiments have unveiled analyses of data collected in 2015 from proton collisions at an energy of 13 TeV

Top six photos in ‘Global Physics Photowalk’ announced

15 Dec 2015 — The InterActions collaboration has selected its top six photographs in the ‘Global Physics Photowalk’ competition

Breaking the rules: TEDxCERN 2015 videos now live

1 Dec 2015 — All the talks from TEDxCERN 2015 from using virtual reality in education to surfing wakefields, are now available online

Test racetrack dipole magnet produces record 16 tesla field

27 Nov 2015 — CERN test magnet reaches a record-breaking goal of 16.2 tesla field, paving way for future accelerator designs

Release the beams! Linac 4 hits the 50 MeV mark

26 Nov 2015 — 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

LHC collides ions at new record energy

25 Nov 2015 — The accelerator is colliding leads ions at an energy about twice as high as that of any previous collider experiment

New Knowledge Transfer website to grow CERN’s industry links

23 Nov 2015 — A new Knowledge Transfer network website and newsletter encourages businesses and researchers to share tech, expertise and interests

LHC: A proton 'reference' run to prepare for lead

19 Nov 2015 — The Large Hadron Collider today collided protons at lower energies than usual to pave the way for studying lead-ion collisions

CERN and research institutes discuss energy sustainability

18 Nov 2015 — CERN’s energy coordinator showcased the laboratory’s energy efficiency plans as worldwide research institutes met to discuss energy sustainability

Beamline for Schools competition 2016 launches today

17 Nov 2015 — High-school students: you could win the chance to come to CERN and run a real experiment, register now

Upgraded nuclear physics facility starts up

16 Nov 2015 — The new HIE-ISOLDE accelerator is up and running, increasing the beam energy of ISOLDE, CERN’s nuclear physics facility


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