– Evaluation has begun of the 151 proposals submitted for the beamline for schools 2016 competition
– Geneva Summer Schools 2016 - Apply Now!
– Applications are now open for high school teachers to apply to bring their students for a unique hands-on experience at CERN
– On 3 March, the Institute for Research in Schools, IRIS, was launched. Building on the CERN@school initiative, IRIS takes a cue from particle physics.
– On 25 February 2016, the ATLAS collaboration announced the winners of the 2015 ATLAS Thesis Awards.
– The first Django Girls event in Geneva took place at CERN last weekend
– The third Asia-Europe-Pacific School of High-Energy Physics, AEPSHEP2016, to be held near Beijing, China, 12-25 October 2016, is open for applications
– For the Innovation for Change project 50 young talents will apply advanced technology to finding solutions for social needs
– High-school students can register now for the beamline for schools competition to create and carry out an experiment at CERN
– This year's school will be held in Norway from 15-28 June. Register by 19 February 2016
– The students on the third Challenge Based Innovation (CBI) @CERN course presented all their proofs-of-concept and prototypes in December.
– 18 teachers attended a three-day training course organised by the LAMAP Foundation (Fondation La main à la pâte set up by Georges Charpak in 1995)
– CERN took part in "Élargis tes horizons" a conference to encourage girls to take up studies in the scientific and technical domains.
– Astronaut Tim Peake is on the International Space Station with a Timepix chip from the CERN@School project
– Are you a student interested in working on advanced IT projects at CERN? Applications are now open for 2016’s CERN openlab Summer Student Programme.
– Youngest person to receive grid certification uses computing power to analyse satellite data
– CERN openlab and Intel jointly announced the winners of the Modern Code Developer Challenge at annual Intel HPC Developer Conference in November
– Attend the new MOOC, "From particles to stars", organised by the Université Paris-Saclay.
– Students from Mediterranean countries begin four month course to problem-solve societal issues
– Show off your coding skills in the Intel Modern Code Developer Challenge 2015 for a chance to win a once-in-a-lifetime experience