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Arts at CERN: colourful holograms and a melody of forgotten sounds

Nicole L’Huillier and Alan Bogana have presented the first fruits of their residence at CERN: a sound sculpture and a holographic work

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At CERN
22 July, 2019

Lightning Talks from the CERN openlab summer students

On Tuesday 13 August and Thursday 15 August, the CERN openlab summer students 2019 will present their work at a dedicated public Lighting Talk session

Announcement
At CERN
22 July, 2019
At CERN
Announcement
22 July, 2019

Computer Security: When your mike spies on you

Here are two new twists – probably still theoretical, but both pointing towards new ways to spy on you by misusing your microphone…

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Computing
22 July, 2019

The 2018 CERN Annual Report is available

You can read it online or get a paper copy at the Library

Announcement
At CERN
18 July, 2019
At CERN
Announcement
18 July, 2019

Dutch artist Rosa Menkman wins Collide International Barcelona Award

Dutch artist Rosa Menkman has been selected as the winner of the first Collide International award in Barcelona alongside four Honorary Mentions.

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At CERN
18 July, 2019

African librarians come to CERN to complete their training on Digital Libraries

The second part of the CERN-UNESCO School on Digital Libraries took place at CERN at the end of June

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Knowledge sharing
18 July, 2019
Knowledge sharing
News
18 July, 2019

CERN Open Days: Final call for volunteers

All members of the personnel wishing to act as volunteers must sign-up on the platform for CERN Outreach Events Volunteers by 31 July

Announcement
At CERN
17 July, 2019
At CERN
Announcement
17 July, 2019

How the Israel Innovation Authority and CERN are infusing the Israeli innovation ecosystem with advanced technology

CERN technologies have proven to be beneficial in driving innovation in industries around the world. Four new contracts have been signed between CERN and Israeli companies

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Knowledge sharing
16 July, 2019
Knowledge sharing
News
16 July, 2019

New Higgs results presented at 2019 EPS-HEP conference

ATLAS and CMS have studied the Higgs boson with the largest sample of proton–proton collision data recorded so far

Press release
Physics
15 July, 2019
Physics
Press release
15 July, 2019
At CERN
Official news
14 July, 2019