CERN openlab: looking ahead to the next 15 years

Fabiola Gianotti, 22 Mar 2017 After celebrating its 15th anniversary last year, CERN openlab looks back on its successes and what it hopes to achieve in the coming years

LHC smashes targets for 2016 run

Frédérick Bordry, 1 Nov 2016 The target for the LHC integrated luminosity for 2016 was 25 inverse femtobarns. We reached 40.

Can ‘useless’ knowledge be useful?

Fabiola Gianotti, 13 Sep 2016 Fabiola Gianotti, CERN’s Director-General, explains why knowledge for knowledge’s sake is the most valuable commodity we possess

The end of computing’s steam age

Eckhard Elsen, 19 Aug 2016 Cloud technology offers a promising solution for the computing needs of particle physics

A global lab with a global mission

Charlotte Lindberg Warakaulle, 21 Jun 2016 It’s a dynamic mix of co-operation and competition that drives particle physics forward

The HL-LHC: a bright vision

Lucio Rossi, 23 May 2016 Pushing the boundaries of current technology to extend the discovery potential of the LHC

The CERN effect

Sijbrand de Jong, 19 Apr 2016 An opinion article from Sijbrand de Jong, President of CERN Council, on using innovation and knowledge so cutting-edge research can benefit society

Charting the future of CERN

Fabiola Gianotti, 14 Mar 2016 CERN's Director General on why the coming years will be crucial for the long-term future of particle physics.

Science: a model for collaboration?

Maurizio Bona, Herwig Schopper, Michel Spiro, 29 Feb 2016 Two events in November featured CERN as a possible model for building trust across frontiers.

A new energy frontier for heavy ions

John Jowett, 24 Nov 2015 This week’s heavy-ion run at the LHC breaks a symbolic barrier, says CERN accelerator physicist John Jowett


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