What makes CERN’s research great

Eckhard Elsen, 30 May 2016 As a newcomer to CERN, I find myself both honoured and humbled to have had the role of Research Director confided in me for five years

A great start for the whole CERN accelerator chain

Frédérick Bordry, 17 May 2016 With physics data-taking under way this week at the LHC, I’d like to take a look at what’s been happening at the rest of the CERN accelerator chain.

The IR Sector – Opening new horizons for CERN

Charlotte Lindberg Warakaulle, 6 Apr 2016 Charlotte Warakaulle shares her vision for the new International Relations (IR) Sector.

Physics for all

Fabiola Gianotti, 24 Mar 2016 “Physics for all” ran the cover story on the March issue of Physics World magazine, and it's a sentiment that we can surely all put our weight behind.

Congratulations on the direct detection of gravitational waves

Fabiola Gianotti, 15 Feb 2016 This week saw the announcement of an extraordinary physics result: the first direct detection of gravitational waves.

Detection of Gravitational Waves

Luis Alvarez-Gaume, 10 Feb 2016 The announcement by LIGO and VIRGO collaborations of direct detection of gravitational waves confirms one of Einstein's major predictions

The Chamonix workshop: a key point in the CERN calendar

Fabiola Gianotti, 1 Feb 2016 Last week I attended the annual LHC performance workshop in Chamonix. This meeting is an essential part of the CERN calendar.

Looking forward to a great year ahead

Fabiola Gianotti, 18 Jan 2016 The year 2016 will be very challenging but also very exciting for all of us at CERN.

The CERN model as a possible template for global cooperation

Rolf Heuer, 19 Oct 2015 CERN’s relationship with the United Nations continues to thrive

Breaking the Rules

Rolf Heuer, 5 Oct 2015 This week it's the turn of heavy-ion physics to take the spotlight


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