– CERN openlab has been running its summer student programme for 15 years. Some of our students also return to CERN...
– Applications are now open for CERN’s 40th School of Computing. The CSC 2017 will take place from 27 August to 9 September 2017 in Madrid, Spain
– The Standard Model Lagrangian equation, seen on t-shirts and mugs from CERN, is explained line-by-line in a new paper aimed at teachers
– On 31 March 2017 the submission period ended for the fourth Beamline for Schools competition
– ATLAS PhD students publish dozens of outstanding theses every year. Since 2010, a few have been celebrated at the annual ATLAS Thesis Awards.
– High school teachers are invited to apply now to visit S’Cool LAB between September 2017 and June 2018
– The ATLAS PhD Grant gives students an opportunity to benefit from world-class research, supervision and training within the ATLAS collaboration
– 50 young people will create innovative startups that can help tackle global social needs around food and health issues
– Are you passionate about science? Take part in the PACMAN video animation contest
– 22 places are available for high-school students fascinated by the tiniest parts of our universe to visit CERN for an educational summer camp
– CERN openlab's Summer Student Programme is open to students studying at university with an interest in computer science
– The first ever paper to come from research conducted as part of CERN’s Beamline for Schools competition, has been published in a scientific journal
– S'cool Lab Summer Camp invites 16 to 19 year olds to spend 2 weeks exploring the fascinating world of particle physics at CERN
– CERN will offer two residential programmes for high school physics teachers
– The Technical University of Dortmund (Germany) is the first university to use ATLAS data in a lab course
– Two teams of high-school students from the UK and Poland had the opportunity to conduct their own experiments at a fully equipped CERN beamline
– Last week, winners of the Intel Modern Code Challenge came to CERN
– This summer CERN welcomed the winning students of the 2016 Higgs Prize, sponsored by the Scottish Government.
– For the second time, CERN’s Diversity Office facilitated a working group on gender inclusive teaching as part of their High School Teacher Programme
– Earlier this week, this year’s CERN openlab summer students presented their work as 5-minute ‘lighting talk’ presentations