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New LHCb programme: Of vacuum and gas

16 Nov 2015 — In this week's Bulletin find out how a new LHCb programme is delving uncharted waters for the LHC: exploring how protons interact with noble gases

Also in Issue No. 47-48/2015 of the CERN Bulletin: Word from the DG; LHC report: Studies for the future; A boost for the ISOLDE beams; LEP's legacy continues at the ESS; CERN's got talent and much more.

Linac4 ready to hit the 50 MeV mark

2 Nov 2015 — In this week's Bulletin find out how the Linac4 accelerator will reach a milestone energy that will allow the machine to replace Linac2

Also in Issue No. 45-46/2015 of the CERN Bulletin: Word from the DG; LHC report: Perhaps the end of the beginning; To High-Luminosity and beyond; A spin-off company helps to unlock the full potential of Invenio software; The Globe laid bare; How to avoid a nightmare on CERN street and much more.

The CERN model as a possible template for global cooperation

19 Oct 2015 — CERN’s relationship with the United Nations continues to thrive

The Port hackathon develops tech for "children of the night"

16 Oct 2015 — In this week's Bulletin learn how participants at The Port hackathon worked on solutions for children suffering from skin condition

Also in issue 43-44/2015 of the CERN Bulletin: Word from the DG: CERN model as possible template for cooperation; LHC report on de-squeezed beams for ATLAS/ALFA and TOTEM; First shipment of magnets from CERN to SESAME and much more.

Breaking the Rules

5 Oct 2015 — This week it's the turn of heavy-ion physics to take the spotlight

CERN sets stage for teenage scientists

5 Oct 2015 — In this week's Bulletin learn how over 100 CERN people work behind the scenes to support the Beamline for Schools competition

Also in issue 40-41/2015 of the CERN Bulletin: Word from the DG: Breaking the rulesGuido Altarelli (1941 - 2015)LHC Report: Cloudy with sunny spellsENLIGHT envisions its futureMonitoring underground movementsTwo generations of klystrons reunited and much more.

From the CERN community

Moral harassment – are you concerned?

Conflict happens, and in a large international organisation like ours it is often inevitable. Indeed, when it happens in the context of a confrontation of different ideas, opinions or methods it can be considered to be a healthy component of effective collaboration. Yet, when conflict becomes...

Ombuds by Sudeshna Datta Cockerill, 27 Nov 2015

Sexual harassment - who is concerned?

About one year since I last covered the topic of sexual harassment, I am returning to this theme again as it continues to be raised in the Ombud office. This trend is likely to continue as long as everyday sexism and harassment remain hidden and our workplace culture persists in turning a blind eye...

Ombuds by Sudeshna Datta Cockerill, 16 Nov 2015

Mindfulness in the workplace

Mindfulness in the workplace: what possible relevance could an ancient Buddhist practice have in today’s busy professional world? And yet, the notion seems to have caught on in many organisations as more and more people are finding it to be an effective way of dealing with the complexities of day-...

Ombuds by Sudeshna Datta Cockerill, 2 Nov 2015

Updates from CERN clubs

26 Nov 2015 – Films by John Cassavetes

16 Nov 2015 – Milonga at the CERN Dancing Club