Harriet Jarlett

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ISOLDE: 50 years of cutting-edge science benefitting society

50 years ago, the first radioactive beam at ISOLDE was produced

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Experiments
24 October, 2017

Meet ISOLDE: Where did it all begin?

The first in our series to celebrate 50 years of physics at CERN’s oldest experiment, the ISOLDE facility

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Experiments
16 October, 2017
Experiments
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16 October, 17
Meet Isolde
16 October, 17

Meet ISOLDE: Targeting new discoveries

What is a target and how is it built? The second article in a series celebrating 50 years of physics at CERN’s longest running experimental facility

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Experiments
16 October, 2017
Experiments
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16 October, 17
Meet Isolde
16 October, 17

Meet ISOLDE: What can ISOLDE do for cancer research?

For the final part of our series celebrating 50 years of physics at ISOLDE, we see what impact research at ISOLDE can have on society

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Experiments
16 October, 2017

Meet ISOLDE: Future physics with HIE-ISOLDE

In the fourth part of our series, celebrating 50 years of physics at ISOLDE, we look at the almost-complete HIE-ISOLDE upgrade

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Experiments
16 October, 2017
Experiments
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16 October, 17

Detectors: unique superconducting magnets

The third article in our series on superconductors takes us to the heart of the detectors and their extraordinary and powerful magnets

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Experiments
20 September, 2017
Experiments
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20 September, 17
Superconductors
20 September, 17

Superconductors boost acceleration

The use of superconducting material has enabled the development of more powerful accelerating cavities

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Engineering
19 September, 2017
Engineering
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19 September, 17
Superconductors
19 September, 17

The magic of superconductors in the spotlight

Today marks the start of the EUCAS 2017 conference on superconductivity. We reflect on how high-energy physics developed this super-technology

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Engineering
18 September, 2017
Engineering
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18 September, 17
Superconductors
18 September, 17

HIE-ISOLDE: Nuclear physics gets further energy boost

After installing the third of four cryomodules, the HIE-ISOLDE facility began its 2017 physics run expecting great results

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Experiments
17 July, 2017

How can cubes made of paper help teach particle physics?

AcceleratAR uses paper cubes and an augmented reality app to simulate a particle accelerator to help students learn about particle physics

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Knowledge sharing
29 June, 2017

Keep up to date with CERN’s new website

Read the web team’s blog for the latest news about CERN’s future home website

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At CERN
19 June, 2017

Meet ISOLDE: Fresh faces bring fresh ideas

To celebrate 50 years of ISOLDE physics, the third article in our series looks at how people shape the facility and the importance of low-energy beams

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Experiments
16 October, 2017
Experiments
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16 October, 17