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Apply now for tickets to TEDxCERN

28 Jul 2014 — A small number of places are available to attend CERN's second TEDx event on 24 September - apply now!

First accelerator-based physics of 2014

21 Jul 2014 — Experiments in the East Area received their first beams from the PS last week. Theirs is CERN's first accelerator-based physics since LS1 began

Jamming with the cosmos: CERN and the music of physics

16 Jul 2014 — CERN physicists joined composers and musicians to rock out with the universe at the Montreux jazz festival this week

Results from CERN presented at ICHEP in Spain

7 Jul 2014 — At ICHEP in Valencia, Spain, all four LHC experiments presented new results from the LHC’s first run. Run 2 physics holds much promise

Two years on: latest on Higgs bosons and more in Valencia

4 Jul 2014 — Two years on from the announcement, find out the latest results from the CERN experiments at the ICHEP conference

CERN and UNESCO celebrate anniversary of CERN Convention

1 Jul 2014 — At UNESCO headquarters in Paris today, CERN and UNESCO are celebrating 60 years of science for peace. Watch the webcast

Cosmic rays tune ATLAS for a particle symphony

27 Jun 2014 — In preparation for the LHC's next run, physicists are calibrating the ATLAS experiment - with high-energy rays from outer space

A certificate of excellence for CERN's Globe

26 Jun 2014 — The Universe of Particles exhibition in CERN's Globe of Science and Innovation has won a certificate of excellence from the travel website TripAdvisor

CERN announces LHC restart schedule

23 Jun 2014 — Cool down of the Large Hadron Collider has already begun in preparation for research to resume early in 2015

CERN experiments report new Higgs boson measurements

23 Jun 2014 — Results reported by ATLAS and CMS discuss the decay of Higgs bosons directly to fermions, the particles that make up matter

UNOSAT: Rapid mapping to aid disaster response

18 Jun 2014 — An organisation based at CERN provides satellite images and analysis to help relief and development teams on the ground in disaster areas

OECD report praises innovation at CERN

10 Jun 2014 — CERN's ability to innovate attracts creative, ambitious individuals such that "success breeds success in innovation," note authors of OECD report

Beam line for schools competition winners announced

6 Jun 2014 — The two student teams – from Greece and the Netherlands – will carry out experiments at CERN in September. Watch videos from their winning proposals

3D animations bring CERN's first accelerator to life

4 Jun 2014 — A new projection system breathes life into the Synchrocyclotron, an accelerator that has been dormant since 1990

CERN’s ALPHA experiment measures charge of antihydrogen

3 Jun 2014 — ALPHA reports a measurement of the electric charge of antihydrogen atoms, finding it to be compatible with zero to eight decimal places

Giant magnet parades through downtown Geneva

3 Jun 2014 — An LHC magnet makes a stop in the heart of Geneva to celebrate 200 years since the canton joined the Swiss Confederation

How universal is (lepton) universality?

3 Jun 2014 — New results from LHCb suggest that B+mesons decay to muons about 25% less often than they decay to electrons

Accelerating progress on SESAME

2 Jun 2014 — The Italian Institute for Nuclear Physics and the Elettra light source have signed to supply accelerator components worth €1 million to SESAME

CERN celebrates its anniversary with its neighbours

27 May 2014 — For CERN, the "Fête des Voisins" (neighbours' fair) lasted the whole weekend

The tour continues for the Large Hadron Collider

23 May 2014 — Today the Collider exhibition, which began life at London’s Science Museum, launches in Manchester, UK, ahead of an international tour

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