Updates

Beams come knocking on the LHC's door

24 Nov 2014 — Weekend tests with beams brought protons just short of the LHC

CERN makes public first data of LHC experiments

20 Nov 2014 — The Open Data Portal makes data from real collision events at the LHC openly available to all

LHCb observes two new baryon particles

19 Nov 2014 — The particles, known as the Xi_b'- and Xi_b*-, were predicted to exist by the quark model but had never been seen before

THE Port hackathon: Technology to help people

18 Nov 2014 — THE Port aims to develop technological projects that help to provide for people living in areas of conflict or natural disasters

Beamline for schools competition 2015 launches today

17 Nov 2014 — High-school students: Register your team today for the chance to win a trip to CERN and run real experiments using a fixed-target beamline

How standard is the Higgs boson discovered in 2012?

12 Nov 2014 — Without a doubt, it is a Higgs boson, but is it the Higgs boson of the Standard Model? Run 2 of the LHC find out, says theorist John Ellis

UNESCO: World Science Day for Peace and Development

10 Nov 2014 — This year, World Science Day for Peace and Development focuses on quality science education and aims to engage public debate on scientific issues

John Bell exhibition features CERN-inspired art

7 Nov 2014 — A CERN Tweetup inspired artist Lucy McKenna to create pieces for an exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bell's theorem

Crowdsourcing helps CERN to identify archive pictures

6 Nov 2014 — Help us to identify the subjects of pictures currently being digitized for the CERN archive

Fifty years of Bell’s theorem

4 Nov 2014 — A paper by John Bell published on 4 November 1964 laid the foundations for the modern field of quantum-information science

CERN Council selects next Director-General

4 Nov 2014 — At its 173rd Closed Session today, CERN Council selected the Italian physicist, Dr Fabiola Gianotti, as the Organization’s next Director-General

CRISTAL-ISE software now open source

4 Nov 2014 — CRISTAL-ISE, the latest version of the data-tracking software from CMS, is now freely available for research and business

UNOSAT joins the fight against Ebola

3 Nov 2014 — The UNOSAT programme uses CERN computing power to map areas affected by Ebola

TEDxCERN 2014: Talks now online

29 Oct 2014 — All 17 talks and three TED-Ed animations from TEDxCERN 2014 are now available to watch online

Celebrating science for peace and development with the UN

20 Oct 2014 — Watch the celebrations, streaming live from the United Nations Headquarters in New York from 10am EDT

Collider exhibition embarks on an international tour

17 Oct 2014 — The Collider exhibition is about to start a three-year long international tour, starting in Paris at the Palais de la Découverte

Business Incubation Centre of CERN tech opens in Norway

14 Oct 2014 — The Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim is hosting CERN's third centre for technology-transfer opportunities

CERN scientists take to the streets for PopScience

13 Oct 2014 — To celebrate European Researchers Night 2014, CERN researchers took their science to downtown Geneva and neighbouring France with “PopScience”

TEDed animation asks if antimatter falls up

10 Oct 2014 — TEDed and CERN physicist Chloé Malbrunot team up to test the principle of universality of free fall for antimatter

TEDed animates clouds and cosmic rays

8 Oct 2014 — TEDed and particle physicist at CERN Jasper Kirkby come together to animate the effect of clouds on the Earth’s climate

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