CERN: a forward look

Rüdiger Voss, 4 Dec 2014 Rüdiger Voss and Emmanuel Tsesmelis on why CERN’s geographical enlargement is important for the future

A meeting at the United Nations on gender equality

Laurette Ponce, 21 Nov 2014 Engineer Laurette Ponce of the CERN Control Centre spoke of her career in science and technology at a recent UN meeting on gender equality

On the road to Open Science

Tim Smith, 20 Nov 2014 The release of the Open Data Portal is a significant milestone on the road to Open Science, but there is work ahead

The role of science on the world stage

Maurizio Bona, 10 Nov 2014 Maurizio Bona comments the celebration of CERN’s 60th anniversary at UN Headquarters in New York on 20 October

Bringing science to the policy table

Rolf Heuer, 3 Nov 2014 Presentations at the UN’s New York headquarters used CERN as an example of the vital importance of science for peace

Theory at CERN turns 62

Cecilia Jarlskog, 28 Oct 2014 Cecilia Jarlskog looks at CERN Theory’s roots, and recalls some interactions with the organization

ICTP celebrates 50 years

Rolf Heuer, 20 Oct 2014 Rolf Heuer took part in the first day of a four-day scientific celebration in which the true value of ICTP came to the fore

The opportunity to guest edit Le Temps

Rolf Heuer, 3 Oct 2014 Editorial, as guest editor of the Saturday 27 September issue of Switzerland’s French-language newspaper Le Temps

Thoughts on CERN’s future

José Mariano Gago, 25 Sep 2014 A science-policy contribution to the debate, by physicist and former science minister, José Mariano Gago

Social: a new communication channel for CERN people

Bruno Silva De Sousa, 22 Sep 2014 Social.cern.ch is a social-networking platform like Facebook or Twitter but tailored for CERN people, says Bruno Silva De Sousa


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