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59 new hadrons and counting

Over the past 10 years, the LHC has found more than 50 new particles called hadrons

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Physics
03 March, 2021
Physics
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03 March, 2021

HL-LHC radiation protection robot passes first in-cavern test with flying colours

The CERN CRANEbot successfully handled a vacuum module in the CMS cavern without the need for human intervention in a decisive test for the HL-LHC project

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Engineering
23 February, 2021
Engineering
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23 February, 2021

CERN Service Desk: At your service for ten years now

The CERN Service Desk has been around for a decade: time to take stock!

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At CERN
22 February, 2021

CERN lays the foundations for collaboration with Bosnia and Herzegovina through International Cooperation Agreement

The Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina joined the ceremony to sign the cooperation agreement via videoconference on 16 February

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At CERN
22 February, 2021

The five-yearly review: Full steam ahead!

A short update on the five-yearly review process ahead of its planned conclusion in December 2021

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At CERN
18 February, 2021
At CERN
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18 February, 2021

Black Quantum Futurism wins this year’s Collide residency award

Arts at CERN selected the Black Quantum Futurism collective to complete an artistic residency between CERN in Geneva and Barcelona

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Knowledge sharing
16 February, 2021
Knowledge sharing
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16 February, 2021

AEgIS on track to test free fall of antimatter

New technique for producing antihydrogen atoms is important milestone for measuring influence of gravity on antimatter

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Experiments
11 February, 2021
Experiments
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11 February, 2021

Computer Security: When “123456” is insufficient

When you have confidential data to protect, a strong, long, complex and complicated password is a must

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Computing
11 February, 2021

LS2 Report: Making a movie of the PS beam

The new Beam Gas Ionisation beam profile monitor, installed in the Proton Synchrotron (PS) last month, will help accelerator physicists and operators gain new insights into the dynamics of the PS beams

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Accelerators
09 February, 2021
Accelerators
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09 February, 2021

Introducing CARA, CERN’s COVID Airborne Risk Assessment tool

CARA, CERN-made software modelling the concentration of viruses in enclosed spaces, will inform space-management decisions on the CERN sites

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At CERN
09 February, 2021