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CERN and Pro Helvetia announce the artists selected for the Connect India residency

Arts at CERN, in collaboration with the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia, announced today that Swiss artist Lou Masduraud and Indian artist Shailesh BR have been selected for the Connect India dual residency

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At CERN
18 July, 2024

LHCb investigates the properties of one of physics’ most puzzling particles

The particle, known as χc1(3872), has fascinated physicists for years. Now, the LHCb collaboration is closer to finding out what it is made up of

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Physics
16 July, 2024

Digital archaeology: new LEP data now available to all

Retrieving and preserving access to data from experiments that ran in the 90s is a complex task carried out by passionate experts in the IT department

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Computing
15 July, 2024

CERN70: The end of the alphabet

Carlo Rubbia’s name is closely related to the discovery of the W and Z particles at CERN. In 1984, he was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics, together with Simon van der Meer, for the work he had done as head of the UA1 collaboration

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At CERN
11 July, 2024
At CERN
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11 July, 2024

Less hungry magnets for the experiments of the future

A prototype superconducting coil developed for the SHiP experiment opens the way for more energy-efficient electromagnets for certain applications

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Engineering
05 July, 2024

LHCb investigates the rare Σ+→pμ+μ- decay

The rarest hyperon decay ever observed

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Physics
28 June, 2024

Going the extra mile to squeeze supersymmetry out of CMS data

Re-analysing LHC Run 2 data with cutting-edge analysis techniques allowed CMS physicists to address an old discrepancy

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Physics
27 June, 2024

CERN70: A two-stage rocket

Ted Wilson was involved in the design of the Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS) and played a leading role in its commissioning

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At CERN
27 June, 2024
At CERN
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27 June, 2024

Students from Estonia, Japan and the USA win the 11th edition of Beamline for Schools

Three teams of secondary school pupils from Estonia, Japan and the United States have been selected to carry out their own experiments using accelerator beams at CERN and DESY

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At CERN
25 June, 2024

Arts at CERN awarded European Commission’s S+T+ARTS Grand Prize for Innovative Collaboration

Arts at CERN wins the Grand Prize for groundbreaking initiatives at the nexus of science, technology and the arts

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At CERN
24 June, 2024