— The European Commission and CERN have today agreed to support the construction of SESAME
— A wealth of activities is on offer on the 2 June for the inauguration of CERN's scientific tourist trail "Passport to the Big Bang"
— The CERN Knowledge Transfer group is hosting a one-day meeting to promote knowledge-exchange with the Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology
— Ian Foster, one of the founders of grid computing, on the challenges of big data
— In this animated lesson for TED-Ed, CERN physicists David Barney and Steven Goldfarb use the Socratic method to explain the Higgs boson
— Watch Said Atieh of Engineering department explain some of the unique challenges of welding on the LHC
— An international team of physicists at ISOLDE have for the first time measured the ionization potential of the rare radioactive element astatine
— An international team at the ISOLDE radioactive-beam facility at CERN has shown that some atomic nuclei can assume asymmetric, "pear" shapes
— Zenodo, hosted at CERN, will researchers to share publications and supporting data more easily
— A new result from the CMS collaboration takes a step toward revealing the origin of the mysterious "ridge effect"
— Marc Abrahams, editor of the Annals of Improbable Research will be presenting the Ig Nobel show at the University of Geneva today
— Physicists from the ATLAS and CMS collaborations explain how they came to identify the new particle of 2012 as "a Higgs boson"
— The inaugural TEDxCERN event at CERN today will see a plethora of talks on topics from seafloor earthquakes to the Higgs boson
— Behind the excellent results from CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) lies the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid – a giant that never sleeps
— The ALPHA collaboration has published a paper describing the first direct analysis of how antimatter is affected by gravity
— On 30 April 1993 CERN published a statement that made World Wide Web technology available on a royalty free basis, allowing the web to flourish
— With the long shutdown under way, the ALICE collaboration is preparing for the next 10 years of operation
— The Science Museum in London is launching a new exhibition featuring digital detector caverns and magnets from the LHC
— The LHCb collaboration has made the first observation of matter-antimatter asymmetry in the decays the B0s
— There will be no rest at Point 5, the site of the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) detector, during the long shutdown of the LHC