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CERN to implement additional energy-saving measures for 2022–2023

In light of the current global energy supply and cost crisis, and as part of its social responsibility, CERN will be implementing measures that will significantly reduce the Laboratory’s energy consumption in 2022 and 2023

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At CERN
30 September, 2022

Thirty years of the TERA Foundation

On 15 September 1992, the TERA Foundation was established in Novara, Italy. Exactly 30 years later, a symposium was held at CERN to review its contributions to hadron therapy

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Knowledge sharing
29 September, 2022
Knowledge sharing
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29 September, 2022

Happy 25th birthday, IPPOG!

Created in 1997, the International Particle Physics Outreach Group today plays a key role in disseminating the goals and accomplishments of particle physics research to the public worldwide

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Knowledge sharing
29 September, 2022
Knowledge sharing
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29 September, 2022

2022 Beamline for Schools winners at CERN and DESY

On 21 September, the winners of the 2022 Beamline for Schools competition arrived at CERN and DESY to start their experiments

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Knowledge sharing
28 September, 2022
Knowledge sharing
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28 September, 2022

LHCf continues to investigate cosmic rays

LHCf has completed its first data-taking period during LHC Run 3, taking advantage of the record 13.6 TeV collision energy. This coincides with the machine’s record fill time of 57 hours

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Experiments
28 September, 2022
Experiments
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28 September, 2022

CERN supports the "La nuit est belle !" initiative for the third year running

The clouds may have stymied the CERN astronomy club’s planned stargazing event, but the switch-off of all public lighting made the night more beautiful

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At CERN
28 September, 2022

Data privacy: emails = postcards

An easy way of reducing security risks with personal data is to use CERNBox, regardless of whether you’re sending data to recipients inside or outside CERN

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At CERN
27 September, 2022
At CERN
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27 September, 2022

Computer Security: Push & pain

With the demise and tighter regulation of cookies as a result of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), more and more websites are moving to alternative methods to get at your data

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Computing
23 September, 2022
Computing
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23 September, 2022

CERN openlab trains next generation of computing experts

For the first time since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the CERN openlab summer students returned to CERN to work hands-on with cutting-edge computing technologies

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Computing
23 September, 2022
Computing
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23 September, 2022

ALICE pins down hypermatter properties

The collaboration’s latest study of a “strange”, unstable nucleus known as the hypertriton offers new insight into the particle interactions that may take place at the hearts of neutron stars

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Physics
20 September, 2022
Physics
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20 September, 2022