Cristina Agrigoroae

Cristina is an administrative student in the CERN Communications team, working as a science writer and social media officer. 

Dive into the subatomic world at Art Basel

13 Jun 2018 | Update - For the public | Cristina Agrigoroae | HALO, an artwork conceived during the artists’ residency at CERN and inspired by ATLAS data will be exhibited from 13 to 17 June at Art Basel.

Complete makeover of the East Area

12 Jun 2018 | Update - For CERN people | Cristina Agrigoroae | Major renovation work will reduce energy consumption and improve the reliability and safety of the experiment hall

Visit Art Basel to discover a CERN-inspired art installation

11 Jun 2018 | Announcement | Cristina Agrigoroae | HALO, a large-scale art installation conceived at CERN and inspired by ATLAS data will be exhibited at Art Basel during 13-17 June

CERN takes to the saddle

30 Apr 2018 | Update - For CERN people | Cristina Agrigoroae | CERN doesn’t just accelerate particles... it also accelerates people!

Young researchers become innovators

13 Apr 2018 | Update - For CERN people | Cristina Agrigoroae | CERN researchers demonstrate entrepreneurial potential during the HL-LHC and FCC Innovation Course

Particle detectors meet canvas

26 Mar 2018 | Update - For CERN people | Cristina Agrigoroae | This year is the European year of cultural heritage, but what does particle physics have to do with art? More than you might think

Particle detectors meet canvas

26 Mar 2018 | Update - For the public | Cristina Agrigoroae | This year is the European year of cultural heritage, but what does particle physics have to do with art? More than you might think.

The PUMA project: Antimatter goes nomad

11 Mar 2018 | Update - For CERN people | Cristina Agrigoroae | A new European project linking ELENA and ISOLDE plans to trap antimatter in order to explore quantum phenomena in radioactive nuclei

Making antimatter transportable

7 Mar 2018 | Update - For the public | Cristina Agrigoroae | A project called PUMA aims to transport antimatter from one CERN facility to another in order to investigate exotic nuclear phenomena

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