Kate Kahle

Kate Kahle heads the Editorial Content and Development Section in the CERN communications group

LHCb gets ready for a SciFi upgrade

24 Aug 2017 | Update - For CERN people | Kate Kahle | The first 20 modules of a new scintillating fibre tracker have been delivered as early elements of the LHCb detector upgrade

Big bangs: STOMP at CERN

13 Jan 2017 | Update - For CERN people | Kate Kahle | Hear what happened when percussion group STOMP visited CERN and created more than a few big bangs

In Practice: What is the future for experimental physics?

20 Dec 2016 | Update - For the public | Harriet Jarlett | Kate Kahle | The final installment of In Practice looks at what lies ahead for experimentalists and their field

In Practice: What do data analysts do all day?

2 Dec 2016 | Update - For the public | Kathryn Coldham | Kate Kahle | Harriet Jarlett | The third installment of the In Practice series examines what fuels experimental physicists to work together and analyse mountains of data

Beamline for Schools competition 2016 launches today

17 Nov 2015 | Update - For the public | Kate Kahle | High-school students: you could win the chance to come to CERN and run a real experiment, register now

LHC arrives in Singapore

13 Nov 2015 | Update - For the public | Kate Kahle | This weekend the Collider exhibition opens in Singapore, CERN's travelling exhibition continues in Spain and Georgia enjoys CERN’s interactive tunnel

THE Port hackathon pushes humanitarian technology forward

21 Oct 2015 | Update - For the public | Kate Kahle | THE Port hackathon tackled humanitarian problems ranging from low-cost infant incubators to burst-safe air-drop bags for food

To tweet or not to tweet?

2 Jun 2015 | Update - For CERN people | Kate Kahle | Researchers being encouraged to coordinate their online communications with CERN - but why?

See how people wished CERN a Happy Birthday with #MyCERN60

7 Oct 2014 | Update - For CERN people | Kate Kahle | The hashtag #MyCERN60 gave CERN people and CERN’s followers on social media the chance to wish CERN a happy 60th birthday

A new world record for CERN at 60 years old

26 Sep 2014 | Update - For the public | Kate Kahle | In CERN’s 60th year, the first proof of the existence of the Higgs boson earns a Guinness World Record for CERN, ATLAS and CMS

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