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CERN community: here’s your chance to win a limited-edition CERN & Society Foundation 10th anniversary isothermal bottle


2023 non-member State summer students

The 2023 Non-Member State summer students. (Image: CERN)

Did you know that the CERN & Society Foundation is celebrating its 10th anniversary this month?

Created in June 2014 to support and promote CERN’s mission and its benefits to the wider public, the CERN & Society Foundation works nationally and internationally across three main areas: education and outreach, innovation and knowledge exchange, and culture and creativity.

A key achievement of the Foundation is of course the CERN Science Gateway: as part of the Foundation’s portfolio, the CERN Science Gateway would not have been possible without the generous support of its sponsors.

Thanks to our donors, we have been fostering education, technology and the arts for the last ten years. We have given talented students, teachers and artists from all over the world access to CERN’s groundbreaking facilities and world-class education. The Foundation was created not only to awaken the youngest minds to the beauty of science but also to reinforce the existing dialogue between CERN and society at large.

Pascale Goy, Head of the CERN & Society Foundation

You can find out more about the Foundation via its website and its latest Annual Review. To find out how you can support the Foundation, click here.


How to enter the CERN & Society Foundation anniversary game:

  • You must have a CERN email address to take part in this game.
  • Watch the 10th anniversary impact video, above, and add together all of the impressive numbers that appear in the on-screen text.
  • Send your total number to bulletin-editors@cern.ch by Sunday, 7 July at 11.59 p.m. CEST.
  • Three winners will be drawn at random from among those who answer correctly. They will each win a CERN & Society Foundation water bottle.
  • The three winners will be announced in the next CERN Bulletin.

Good luck!