CERN – fully engaged with the Sustainable Development Goals

Charlotte Lindberg Warakaulle, 8 Aug 2017 The UN's Sustainable Development Goals are very close to our core mission

EPS-HEP 2017 – a landmark conference

Eckhard Elsen, 18 Jul 2017 EPS-HEP covered a great range of topics and showed that the various disciplines that make up fundamental physics are coming closer and closer together

Happy birthday Higgs boson!

Fabiola Gianotti, 4 Jul 2017 Five years ago today marked a significant moment in the history of particle physics

Your Privacy Matters

Fabiola Gianotti, 20 Jun 2017 In an age of increasing awareness of the importance of privacy, it is critical for us to take all measures possible to protect personal data

A new source of light for the Middle East

Fabiola Gianotti, 23 May 2017 Last Tuesday, I had the pleasure of representing CERN at the official opening of SESAME, the new regional light source facility hosted in Jordan

Consigning intolerance to history

Fabiola Gianotti, 8 May 2017 Towards a future in which all forms of intolerant behaviour can truly be consigned to history

Celebrating science around the world

Charlotte Lindberg Warakaulle, 10 Apr 2017 Charlotte Warakaulle talks about the march for science that will take place in Geneva

A feast of physics at the winter conferences

Eckhard Elsen, 28 Mar 2017 A first glimpse at the winter conferences of what the LHC’s extraordinary performance in 2016 means for physics

Member States and CERN – at the heart of the Organization

Charlotte Lindberg Warakaulle, 13 Mar 2017 Charlotte Warakaulle talks about all the initiatives that have been put in place to ensure an effective and open dialogue with the Member States

Diversity? It’s an issue for the majority

Sijbrand de Jong, 27 Feb 2017 Professor Sijbrand de Jong talks about the Gender in Physics day held at the Globe on 27 February


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