— In this week's Bulletin find out the MoEDAL’s physics programme
— CERN’s Director General contributes to debate on open science at annual gathering of political and business leaders
— In this week's Bulletin find out about the important changes for CERN personnel following the five-year review of employment conditions
— Representatives of CERN’s local communities and international Geneva came together in Microcosm on Thursday evening for a traditional annual event
— Fabiola Gianotti greets CERN personnel and invites them to a general meeting on Monday 18 January
— In this week's Bulletin find out how vibration measurements in preparation for High-Luminosity LHC are going
Also in Issue No. 51-52/2015 of the CERN Bulletin: Word from the DG; LHC report: Serving a hot dense soup for Christmas; How CERN promotes innovation and entrepreneurship; CBI students: Target hit, and much more.
— In this week's Bulletin find out how bent crystals were tested in the LHC to channel and deflect the beam.
Also in issue 49-50/2015: Word from the DG, LHC Report: plumbing new heights, Lead-ion collisions: the LHC achieves a new energy record, The CERN Technician Training Experience notches up another success, No speed limits in medical imaging (and high-energy physics), and much more.
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