Stephanie Hills

Stephanie Hills writes and edits UK News from CERN for the Science and Technology Facilities Council in the United Kingdom. She is based at CERN in Geneva. 

Combatting cancer in challenging environments

9 Nov 2017 | Update - For the public | Stephanie Hills | CERN, the International Cancer Expert Corps (ICEC) and STFC are developing medical linear accelerators for low- and middle-income countries

Potato Powered Cosmos

4 Aug 2017 | Update - For CERN people | Stephanie Hills | What does a potato-powered theremin have to do with the work done at CERN?

Ubuntu* - a powerful motto for an important experiment

24 Jul 2017 | Update - For the public | Stephanie Hills | The first African-led experiment has taken place at CERN

AWAKE: Making waves in accelerator technology

14 Dec 2016 | Update - For the public | Stephanie Hills | The AWAKE experiment has reached an important milestone in the development of a technique that could revolutionise particle accelerator design

Lighting the way: how emergency lights survive radiation

31 Mar 2016 | Update - For CERN people | Stephanie Hills | LHC tunnel are emergency lights are part of an essential safety system if you ever need to evacuate

Tim Peake’s TimPix launch into space

17 Dec 2015 | Update - For students & educators | Stephanie Hills | Astronaut Tim Peake is on the International Space Station with a Timepix chip from the CERN@School project

First results from cosmic-ray detector designed by students

20 Jul 2015 | Update - For students & educators | Stephanie Hills | The Langton Ultimate Cosmic-ray Intensity Detector used CERN Medipix particle detectors to collect data from space

Technical troubleshooting at the CERN Control Centre

4 Aug 2014 | Update - For the public | Stephanie Hills | A team is on call 24 hours a day to monitor technical systems and quickly respond to alerts across CERN's accelerator complex

High school students launch CERN tech into space

9 Jul 2014 | Update - For students & educators | Stephanie Hills | Students in the UK have launched LUCID - a cosmic-ray detector incorporating parts developed at CERN - into space

A new spokesperson for CLIC

8 Apr 2014 | Update - For CERN people | Stephanie Hills | Phil Burrows of the University of Oxford succeeds Roberto Corsini of CERN as spokesperson for the CLIC accelerator collaboration

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