— Jack Steinberger, Nobel Prize in Physics 1988 and one of the pioneers of neutrino research, celebrates his 95th birthday today.
— Electrical equipment that was damaged by the beech marten has been repaired. The LHC is back on track with ever higher beam intensity.
— Ransomware is a type of malware that restricts access to the infected computer system
— The recommissioning of the LHC is going well: the machine has delivered first pilot Stable Beams collisions.
— The Globe of Science and Innovation reopened its doors to the public on Tuesday, 19 April 2016, after almost a year of extensive renovations.
— The second annual meeting of the Future Circular Collider (FCC) design study took place from 11 to 15 April in Rome.
— In the physical world this is fairly clear...
— A new connection device for vacuum chambers based on Shape Memory Alloy (SMA) rings has been developed for the High-Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC).
— A preliminary short prototype of the quadrupole magnets for the High-Luminosity LHC has passed its first tests.
— A fundamental pillar of computer security is the regular maintenance of your code, operating system and application software...
— LHC tunnel are emergency lights are part of an essential safety system if you ever need to evacuate
— CERN’s new Mobility Centre, allowing you to switch easily from one mode of transport to another, has just been officially opened.
— Genevieve Guinot, head of the diversity office, answers some questions about what it is really like to work in a diverse organization like CERN
— Time and time again, we see PCs and laptops being infected at CERN...
— The Sharing Knowledge Foundation Prize was presented to the ATLAS physicist at a ceremony on 18 March.
— The first magnet of the High Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC) is ready and working according to specifications.
— It’s March already, and time for the LHC to wake up from its short winter break
— With the machine back in their hands since Friday, 4 March, the LHC operators are now performing the powering tests on the magnets.
— The goal of the Gathering for Open Science Hardware (GOSH! 2016), was to lay the foundations of the open-source hardware for science movement.
— Fermilab’s Joel Butler will take the reins of the CMS collaboration in September.
— This section highlights articles, blog posts and press releases published in the CERN web environment over the past weeks.
— The origin of many security incidents is negligence or unintentional mistakes made by web developers or programmers.
— Have you ever been surprised by a negative reaction to an e-mail communication that you believed to have been efficient, helpful and to-the-point?
— 10 March 2016 will be the 19th national day of hearing in France.
— A new Study Group aims to bring CERN people together to share knowledge about programming and collaborate on open-research projects.
— The two guest artists Evelina Domnitch and Dmitry Gelfand will give a presentation in the framework of the Art@CERN programme
— In this week's Bulletin find out how the amorphous carbon coating can be a solution to address the electron cloud issue in view of the HL-LHC upgrade.
— In this week's Bulletin find out how the LIGO and Virgo collaborations announce the direct detection of gravitational waves.
— 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