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Dutch and US students win 2019 CERN Beamline for Schools competition

Two teams of high-school students, one from the Praedinius Gymnasium in Groningen, Netherlands, and one from the West High School in Salt Lake City, USA, have won the 2019 Beamline for Schools competition.

Press release
At CERN
24 June, 2019
At CERN
Press release
24 June, 2019

CERN invites the public to explore the future at its Open Days

On 14 and 15 September, CERN will throw its doors open wide and invite the public to spend the weekend exploring science.

Press release
At CERN
19 June, 2019
At CERN
Press release
19 June, 2019

Four decades of gluons

How a walk through CERN’s corridors helped lead to the discovery of the gluon forty years ago at the DESY laboratory

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Physics
18 June, 2019
Physics
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18 June, 2019

ATLAS homes in on magnetic monopoles

The ATLAS collaboration has placed some of the tightest limits yet on the production rate of hypothetical particles known as magnetic monopoles

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Physics
14 June, 2019
Physics
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14 June, 2019

The proton, a century on

A century after physicist Ernest Rutherford published work proving the existence of the proton, much remains to be learnt about this ubiquitous particle

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Physics
13 June, 2019
Physics
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13 June, 2019

The waltz of the LHC magnets has begun

Ten new magnets are already being connected

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Accelerators
12 June, 2019
Accelerators
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12 June, 2019

CERN Alumni: Two years of creating links

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At CERN
12 June, 2019

CERN pays tribute to Murray Gell-Mann

The Nobel laureate, who coined the name “quarks”, passed away on 24 May

Obituary
At CERN
27 May, 2019
At CERN
Obituary
27 May, 2019

More than a spring-clean for LHC magnets

Teams are hard at work in the LHC tunnel to improve the electrical insulation of the diodes of more than 1200 magnets

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Accelerators
27 May, 2019
Accelerators
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27 May, 2019