Arts at CERN and Copenhagen Contemporary to collaborate through Collide International award
Arts at CERN and Copenhagen Contemporary join forces and announce the first open call for Collide Copenhagen
Improved ATLAS result weighs in on W boson
An improved ATLAS measurement of the W boson mass is in line with the Standard Model of particle physics
New LHC experiments enter uncharted territory
The first observation of collider neutrinos by FASER and SND at the LHC paves the way for exploring new physics scenarios
Beam Gas Curtain: a new instrument for LHC Run 3
A High-Luminosity LHC instrument known as the Beam Gas Curtain will be tested and start collecting data during Run 3
CERN openlab holds annual technical workshop and announces new leader
At last week’s CERN openlab technical workshop, Maria Girone was officially announced as the new head of this pioneering public–private partnership. The CERN IT department’s new roadmap for innovation was also presented.
Applications are now open for the Django Girls programming workshop
The Django Girls programming workshop, run by CERN engineers for girls and women aged 15 and over, is returning to CERN on 21 and 22 April 2023. Sign up now!
Superconductivity for sustainability: a new superconducting link for the High-Luminosity LHC
A flexible cryostat and the first series of high-temperature superconducting magnesium diboride cables will form an innovative electrical transfer line to power the HL-LHC inner triplet magnets
LHCb begins using unique approach to process collision data in real time
Using a new system called real-time analysis, the LHCb collaboration has made filtering and analysing experiment data simpler and faster