The Synchrocyclotron prepares for visitors

Hall 300, which houses CERN’s first accelerator, is being prepared to host a new exhibition

News
Accelerators
14 December, 2012
Accelerators
News
14 December, 2012

New radio system for CERN emergency communications

Starting in January, the CERN Fire Brigade will use TETRA - a new digital radio communication system designed to meet emergency communication needs

News
At CERN
12 December, 2012

Fundamental Physics Prize honours ATLAS, CMS and LHC

Seven leaders of the LHC, CMS and ATLAS projects will share a $3,000,000 prize, for advancing knowledge of the universe

News
At CERN
11 December, 2012

Steve Myers elected fellow of Royal Academy of Engineering

This year’s new fellows, announced in July, met at a dinner for newcomers on 5 November

News
At CERN
06 December, 2012

Remembering Wim Klein

Wim Klein, CERN's first computer, was born 100 years ago this week. A former colleague remembers him

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At CERN
05 December, 2012
At CERN
News
05 December, 2012

Particle physics: a valuable driver of innovation in medicine

The 10th anniversary of ENLIGHT marks a good occasion a look back at the important contributions particle physics has made to medicine

Opinion
At CERN
03 December, 2012
At CERN
Opinion
03 December, 2012

Google Science Fair winner visits CERN

Grand Prize winner Brittany Wenger visited the Antiproton Decelerator and the Computing Centre among other areas

News
At CERN
28 November, 2012
At CERN
News
28 November, 2012

Setting up ALPHA-2 to measure the properties of antimatter

The ALPHA-2 team is installing the final components for their new antimatter experiment, which will replace the current ALPHA set-up

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Experiments
22 November, 2012
Experiments
News
22 November, 2012

Vidyo - a collaborative tool for planet CERN

CERN is moving to a new videoconferencing system called Vidyo

News
At CERN
19 November, 2012
At CERN
News
19 November, 2012

Our top priority

It is important to plan ahead, particularly since the lead times for new projects in particle physics are long, and our field is increasingly global

Opinion
At CERN
19 November, 2012
At CERN
Opinion
19 November, 2012
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