A travelling art exhibition entitled ‘Quantum/Broken Symmetries’* will bring the fruit of CERN’s art and science residencies to four new museums worldwide in 2020.
A new collaboration agreement sees CERN data analytics used to help protect commodity and financial markets from fraud
A cancer therapy synchrotron that CERN helped to establish has treated a patient with ventricular arrhythmia for the first time
The collaboration has made public the data of 1 quadrillion proton-proton collisions from the LHC’s last run
Female researchers and engineers have presented their careers and jobs to 132 classes in Geneva and neighbouring France
The ATLAS collaboration releases full analysis likelihoods, a first for an LHC experiment
The recipients of the Arts at CERN artistic residency awards, Collide Geneva and Accelerate Finland, are Yann Marussich and Erich Berger, respectively.