Stefania Pandolfi

Stefania is a CERN Science Writer and Editor.  

A 350-metre-tall tower to purify argon

12 Dec 2017 | Update - For CERN people | Stefania Pandolfi | CERN is participating in ARIA, a project to build a 350-metre column to produce extra-pure argon to be used in a dark-matter search experiment

How to produce the purest argon ever?

30 Nov 2017 | Update - For the public | Stefania Pandolfi | CERN is helping to align and test a 350-metre column to produce extra-pure argon for a dark-matter search experiment

A very special run for the LHCb experiment

30 Nov 2017 | Update - For the public | Stefania Pandolfi | During the 2017 LHC special runs, the LHCb experiment collected proton-proton and proton-neon data simultaneously for the first time

How much does a kilogram weigh?

2 Nov 2017 | Update - For the public | Stefania Pandolfi | During a seminar at CERN, Klaus von Klitzing, the 1985 Physics Nobel Laureate, explained how the definition of the kilogram will be revolutionised

Baby MIND born at CERN now ready to move to Japan

13 Oct 2017 | Update - For the public | Stefania Pandolfi | The Baby MIND neutrino detector, after being assembled and tested at CERN, is now ready to be shipped to Japan

New life for an old technology: canted cosine theta magnets

10 Oct 2017 | Update - For CERN people | Stefania Pandolfi | CERN is developing a corrector magnet for the High-Luminosity project that has a peculiar design (to say nothing of its name…)

Waves of congratulations for the Nobel Prize

3 Oct 2017 | Update - For the public | Stefania Pandolfi | The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics has been awarded to Rainer Weiss, Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne for the detection of gravitational waves

To 20 Tesla and beyond: the high-temperature superconductors

22 Sep 2017 | Update - For the public | Stefania Pandolfi | High-temperature superconductors have the potential to revolutionise the field of particle physics

Charmonium surprise at LHCb

13 Sep 2017 | Update - For the public | Stefania Pandolfi | LHCb presented a measurement of the masses of two charmonium particles, with a precision that is unprecedented at a collider for this type of particle

Constructive interference: CERN and gravitational waves

4 Sep 2017 | Update - For the public | Stefania Pandolfi | CERN scientists welcomed the LIGO/Virgo gravitational waves community to look for synergies for future technologies

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