Pauline Gagnon

5 results

Maria and Giuseppe: Lives intertwined with CERN’s history

CERN will be celebrating its 60th anniversary this year - and Maria and Giuseppe Fidecaro have been at the laboratory since nearly the first day

News
At CERN
05 February, 2014

When CERN goes out to meet people

Pauline Gagnon on talking about particle physics in the unlikeliest of places

Opinion
At CERN
21 January, 2014
At CERN
Opinion
21 January, 2014

Two weeks to go to register for Beamline for Schools

With registration closing on 31 January, what would you do if you could conduct a real experiment on a CERN proton beamline?

News
At CERN
17 January, 2014

The Higgs boson: One year on

In the first year after the discovery of the Higgs boson, physicists from ATLAS and CMS have been busy studying the properties of the new particle

News
Physics
04 July, 2013
Physics
News
04 July, 2013

Full moon pulls LHC from its protons

The LHC is so large that operators have to correct for a surprising source of error - the moon's gravitational pull

News
Accelerators
07 June, 2012
Accelerators
News
07 June, 2012