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NA62 spots two potential instances of rare particle decay

The NA62 experiment has detected two candidate events for the decay of a positively charged kaon into a pion and a neutrino–antineutrino pair

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Physics
23 September, 2019
Computing
Announcement
17 September, 2019

Apply now for the 2020 JUAS school

Registration for the 2020 session of the Joint Universities Accelerator School (JUAS) is now open

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Physics
10 September, 2019
Physics
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10 September, 2019

Apply now for the 2020 ESIPAP school

Registration for the 2020 session of the European School of Instrumentation in Particle and Astroparticle Physics (ESIPAP) is now open

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Physics
10 September, 2019
Physics
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10 September, 2019

Celebrating 30 years of a giant LEP for humankind

The Large Electron–Positron collider was switched on in 1989

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Accelerators
13 August, 2019
Accelerators
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13 August, 2019

Cleaner cruises thanks to particle accelerators

Latvian tugboat provides first test-bed for new technology to clean exhausts from ships

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Knowledge sharing
07 August, 2019
Knowledge sharing
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07 August, 2019

CERN theorist shares Special Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics

Sergio Ferrara, Daniel Z. Freedman and Peter van Nieuwenhuizen are recognised for their 1976 discovery of an influential theory called supergravity

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Knowledge sharing
06 August, 2019
Knowledge sharing
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06 August, 2019

Sixty years of the CERN Courier

The magazine has published over 600 issues and now reaches tens of thousands of readers

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Knowledge sharing
05 August, 2019
Knowledge sharing
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05 August, 2019

n_TOF facility explores neutron imaging

The n_TOF facility is investigating the potential of one of its neutron beams for imaging the interior of materials

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Physics
29 July, 2019