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Which came first…?

In the fifth part of our “In Theory” series, we take a look at the relationship between theorists and experimental physicists

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Physics
14 April, 2016
Physics
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14 April, 2016

Too quiet to hear a particle drop

Quiet beams declared in the LHC as the first test collisions are made

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Accelerators
11 April, 2016
Accelerators
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11 April, 2016

Physics on the money

New Swiss banknotes to feature imagery inspired by physics

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Knowledge sharing
06 April, 2016
Knowledge sharing
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06 April, 2016

The Republic of Cyprus becomes CERN Associate Member State

On 1 April 2016, the Republic of Cyprus became an Associate Member State of CERN in pre-stage to Membership

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At CERN
05 April, 2016

Sonified Higgs data show a surprising result

Scientists at CERN have made a surprising discovery after sonifying Higgs boson data

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At CERN
01 April, 2016

Return of the LHC – season 2 continues

The LHC has introduced beam for the first time since the year-end technical stop began in December 2015

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Accelerators
29 March, 2016
Accelerators
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29 March, 2016

What is it like to work in a diverse organisation like CERN?

Genevieve Guinot, head of the diversity office, answers some questions about what it is really like to work in a diverse organization like CERN

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At CERN
23 March, 2016

More(iond) data needed

Particle hunting is in full swing as LHC experiment collaborations have come up with dozens of fresh results at a meeting for particle physicists

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At CERN
22 March, 2016
At CERN
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22 March, 2016

Why are theoreticians filled with wanderlust?

Fasten your seatbelts for a grand world tour in the fourth installment of our 'In Theory' series

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Physics
22 March, 2016

The LHC wakes up from its winter break

An update on the maintenance work that’s been carried out on the LHC, the experiments and the machines during the year-end technical stop

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Accelerators
21 March, 2016
Accelerators
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21 March, 2016