— A ceremony to mark the laying of the foundation stone of Building 311, which will house a magnetic measurement laboratory, took place on 22 September
— A special proton-proton run with larger beam sizes at the interaction point is intended to probe the p-p elastic scattering regime at small angles
— Ready (after a machine development period), steady (running), go (for a special run)!
— Innovative ideas blossom at the KT Entrepreneurship meet-ups
— Have you ever received an e-mail from a friend or someone you know and been surprised or appalled by its contents?
— Young Scientist Prize, granted by the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics awarded to researchers for work at CERN’s ISOLDE
— On 15 September 2016, the LHCb collaboration awarded the first set of prizes for outstanding contributions of early-career scientists.
— The fourth biennial African School of Fundamental Physics and Applications took place on 1-19 August in Africa’s cleanest city, Kigali in Rwanda.
— Last week Sir Richard Branson and many of the future astronauts signed up to Virgin Galactic visited CERN
— Last week, the accumulated integrated luminosity reached the target value for 2016 of 25 fb-1 in both ATLAS and CMS
— A ceremony was held for the raising of the Romanian flag alongside the flags of CERN’s 21 other Member States
— New toolbox, released by CERN and University of Bath collaboration, has applications in medical imaging and cancer diagnosis
— The Global Innovation Index 2016 report is a leading reference on innovation and uses CERN as an example of a highly successful regional initiative
— Join the WhiteHat Challenge to secure our web environment!
— This week CERN is hosting the CERN-BINP workshop for young scientists in e+e- colliders
— The LHC has been in great shape over the last few months, delivering over 20 fb-1 of integrated luminosity before the ICHEP conference
— This summer, CERN appeared at various festivals in the UK
— CERN had a major presence at the ESOF2016 conference this week, largely in collaboration with our partners in EIROforum
— As the ICHEP 2016 conference draws to a close tonight, the BBC will broadcast a new show following scientists at CERN from June 2015
— Innovative technologies for next-generation neutrino detectors are currently being tested in the CERN Neutrino Platform project WA105
— Have fun and catch them all. But also take some physical and digital care
— According to TripAdvisor, CERN is Geneva’s top tourist attraction, welcoming almost 110,000 visitors per year
— The production of the new niobium-tin cables for the high-performance superconducting magnets of the HL-LHC is now in full swing at CERN
— A new bunch injection scheme from the PS to the SPS allowed the LHC to achieve a new peak luminosity record
— As Romania has now become a Member State of CERN, Romanian scientists share their thoughts about this new era of partnership for their community
— CERN firefighters are working with a research centre in the United States to develop more effective firefighting techniques
— On 19 July, the world-famous, English rock band, Muse, visited CERN before taking centre-stage at Nyon’s Paléo Festival
— On 15 July, CERN welcomed spaceflight participant Anousheh Ansari
— “How dare we censor Internet access?” Let us clarify this
— Young Turkish student Baris Volkan Gürses visited CERN from 4 to 8 July after winning the prize in the 2015 European Contest for Young Scientists