— The CERN Alumni Programme will offer unique networking opportunities for all its members
— After declaring stable beams, now it’s the period of scrubbing and intensity ramp-up, until 2556 bunches per beam will circulate in the machine
— The Horizon 2020 project “Accelerator Research and Innovation for European Science and Society” (ARIES) officially began on 1 May 2017
— For the sake of software quality, the IT department provides you and your clients with a few simple tools to save precious time and cerebral pain
— A new shield septum magnet is being developed to protect the FCC machine from the beam’s extremely high energy
— Ten years after it was approved, CERN’s new accelerator is officially inaugurated
— The first collisions with stable beams were delivered to the LHC experiments on 23 May, after three weeks of commissioning with beams
— CERN and the French space agency, CNES, signed an agreement to collaborate on aerospace projects, from big data solutions to satellites
— An out-of-this world visit took place at CERN on 12 May
— CERN attended the Royaume du Web event at Palexpo, a festival that gathered 10 500 YouTube enthusiasts
— Girls in ICT Day confirmed what we already knew: girls and women are much needed in the information and communication technologies field
— Fabiola Gianotti took part in a panel discussion about the role of women in science
— Mid-May has seen a big weekend for the cyber-threat landscape, as "WannaCry" came onto the scene with a bang
— The CAST experiment at CERN announces new limits on the properties of axions, exotic particles that are candidates for dark matter
— On Saturday, 29 April, two days ahead of schedule, beams were circulating again in the LHC
— The Super Proton Synchrotron is 40 years old. The CERN Archives brought to light delightful off-stage scenes of the Organization’s history
— Spectral imaging is an emerging technology in the medical field allowing colour imaging during CT scans. Exciting – but how is it related to CERN?
— CERN received the 2017 Award for Contribution to Science Communication to CERN from he Czech Republic’s Academia Film Olomouc
— Call for interest in the next edition of the Humanitarian Foresight & Futures Co-creation
— Computer security is a moving target and defensive measures need continual adaptations and adjustments
— We met some of alumni of the African School of Physics alumni, who are now working at CERN
— CERN establishes deeper relations with Finland during a day-long event in Otaniemi
— Published in Nature Physics ALICE reports proton collisions sometimes present similar patterns to those observed in the collisions of heavy nuclei
— CERN has set up three seismic monitoring stations to listen to the earth’s vibrations and their impact on the LHC
— The powering tests of the LHC circuits are a big part of the machine re-commissioning: almost 1600 circuits have to be tested in just few weeks
— In March, a primary school named “ALICE” was inaugurated in Prévessin-Moëns. The name was chosen as a tribute to the ALICE experiment at CERN.
— “The Higgs boson does not exist!” stated an e-mail recently sent to many of our colleagues...
— Who would ever think of spending a full Saturday indoors, coding for several hours? Highly motivated Django Girls participants!
— CERN releases a first set of virtual stickers
— The Etat de Genève, CERN and the Commune de Meyrin announce the start of work on the Esplanade des Particules in Meyrin