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Society benefits from investing in particle physics

The socioeconomic and cultural benefits from upgrading the Large Hadron Collider exceed the project’s costs

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At CERN
03 December, 2019

Watch live the new spacewalk for AMS

The third spacewalk will see astronauts Luca Parmitano and Andrew Morgan install the new cooling pump system for the AMS detector tracker

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Experiments
02 December, 2019
Experiments
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02 December, 2019

NA61/SHINE gives neutrino experiments a helping hand

How particle measurements made by the NA61/SHINE experiment at CERN are helping neutrino experiments in the US and Japan

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Physics
28 November, 2019

The plot thickens for a hypothetical “X17” particle

Additional evidence of an unknown particle from a Hungarian lab gives a new impetus to NA64 searches

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Physics
27 November, 2019

AWAKE: More plasma = more acceleration

A new type of plasma cell, known as a helicon cell, is being studied for AWAKE. The aim is to generate a greater quantity of plasma in one go

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Experiments
26 November, 2019
Experiments
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26 November, 2019

More than 600 Escalade runners trained at CERN

Not even the rain could stop the 600-plus runners who came to CERN on Sunday, 17 November, for a pre-Escalade training session

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At CERN
26 November, 2019

LS2 Report: The PS is rejuvenated for its 60th birthday

Work to renovate CERN’s oldest accelerator continues as part of the LHC Injectors Upgrade (LIU) project

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Accelerators
25 November, 2019
Accelerators
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25 November, 2019

Celebrating 60 years of the Proton Synchrotron

A colloquium on 25 November will celebrate the anniversary of CERN’s oldest accelerator

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Accelerators
25 November, 2019
Accelerators
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25 November, 2019

Talking science: TEDxCERN one year on

Relive last year’s TEDxCERN event through the videos now available online, two of which have been selected to feature on TED.com

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Knowledge sharing
20 November, 2019
Knowledge sharing
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20 November, 2019