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ATLAS dives deeper into di-Higgs

By combining multiple Higgs boson pair studies, physicists are closer to finding out how the particle interacts with itself, providing clues to the stability of the Universe

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Physics
18 June, 2024
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18 June, 2024

Instruments of Vision opens in Santiago de Compostela as a collaboration between Arts at CERN and IGFAE

In this exhibition, Armin Linke, former artist in residence at CERN, explores the research environments at the laboratories

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Knowledge sharing
14 June, 2024
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14 June, 2024

How can AI help physicists search for new particles?

The ATLAS and CMS collaborations are using state-of-the-art machine learning techniques to search for exotic-looking collisions that could indicate new physics

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Physics
13 June, 2024

Bringing black hole jets down to Earth

The Fireball collaboration has used CERN’s HiRadMat facility to produce an analogue of the jets of matter and antimatter that stream out of some black holes and neutron stars

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Physics
13 June, 2024
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13 June, 2024

CERN70: A gargantuan discovery

Violette Brisson played an active part in the discovery of neutral currents; she was head of the Gargamelle group at the Laboratory of the Ecole Polytechnique in Paris

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At CERN
13 June, 2024
At CERN
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13 June, 2024

Shaking the box for new physics

The CMS collaboration has searched for new physics in a rare decay of a known particle, using an approach that can be likened to shaking a box containing a birthday present to find a clue about what’s inside

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Physics
12 June, 2024
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12 June, 2024

CERN welcomes International Year of Quantum Science and Technology

On the centenary of quantum mechanics -- the bedrock of particle physics and enabler of numerous technologies – CERN is contributing to the development of a new generation of quantum technologies for fundamental research and beyond.

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Knowledge sharing
12 June, 2024
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12 June, 2024

Future colliders and fusion reactors

CERN and EUROfusion are collaborating to develop innovative technologies for future colliders and nuclear fusion reactors

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11 June, 2024
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11 June, 2024

Upgrading the LHCb sub-detectors for the HL-LHC

The LHCb experiment is revamping its electromagnetic calorimeter with new high-performance modules and equipping its ring-imaging Cherenkov detectors with very fast electronics

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Experiments
06 June, 2024

Using carbon dioxide to reduce carbon dioxide emissions

Find out how CERN is minimising its carbon dioxide footprint with a novel approach using carbon dioxide cooling technology

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At CERN
05 June, 2024