Antonella Del Rosso

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Arts at CERN: A transformative immersion

After their three-month residency at CERN in the framework of the Arts at CERN programme, Anne Sylvie Henchoz and Julie Lang have produced an artwork that explores the relationship between humanity, art and science

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At CERN
24 June, 2019

TEDxCERN: events worth experiencing this week

This week’s TEDxCERN 2018 is more than just an afternoon show in downtown Geneva. It’s a whole series of events and initiatives designed to engage an audience from CERN and beyond

News
Knowledge sharing
19 November, 2018
Knowledge sharing
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19 November, 2018
Knowledge sharing
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Alumni interactions left overwhelming tracks at CERN

The First Collisions event left all participants with fond memories of this unique experience and with a lot of enthusiasm for growth of the network

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At CERN
13 February, 2018

An artist peeks behind CERN’s facade

Laura Couto Rosado, winner of the "Collide Pro Helvetia" prize, looks forward to continuing her three-month residency at CERN

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At CERN
10 July, 2017
At CERN
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10 July, 2017
At CERN
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An artist’s view of CERN

Laura Couto Rosado sees CERN as an ideal place to be inspired by science and to produce new works of art

News
At CERN
29 June, 2017
At CERN
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29 June, 2017
At CERN
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Staying in touch? Giving back? Reaching out? This is for you

The CERN experience means so much more than the time spent in the Organization. The new Alumni programme provide a life-long connection with CERN

News
At CERN
17 January, 2017

Super and ferric: the first HL-LHC component is ready

The first magnet of the High Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC) is ready and working according to specifications

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Engineering
15 March, 2016

CBI Students: ready for new challenges

Students from Mediterranean countries begin four month course to problem-solve societal issues

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Knowledge sharing
08 October, 2015
Knowledge sharing
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08 October, 2015
Knowledge sharing
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A very cool cooling system for NA62

The sensor on the NA62 Gigtracker has a cooling system that might become the precursor to a completely new detector technique

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Experiments
09 September, 2015
Experiments
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09 September, 2015
Experiments
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AWAKE starts the equipment installation phase

The proof-of-principle experiment aims to use protons to generate powerful wakefields to accelerate an electron beam

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Experiments
07 September, 2015
Experiments
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07 September, 2015
Experiments
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A superconducting shield for astronauts

Magnetic shielding technology developed at CERN could protect astronauts from cosmic radiation in space

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Engineering
05 August, 2015
Engineering
News
05 August, 2015
Engineering
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Seminar: International Geneva comes to CERN

On 7 May, the Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) will give a seminar presenting WMO’s work to colleagues at CERN

Announcement
At CERN
27 April, 2015
At CERN
Announcement
27 April, 2015
At CERN
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