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— Against a backdrop of great progress in the powering tests for running at 6.5 TeV, a short cicuit is causing a delay, writes Rolf Heuer
— LHC run 2 is coming ever closer, but there will be no beam in the LHC this week
— Today at CERN His Holiness Gyalwang Drukpa discussed science and perception with CERN researchers
— The success of the LS1, the restart of accelerators and the impact of the high value of the Swiss franc were discussed during CERN Council meeting.
— This week saw the cost and schedule of the High Luminosity LHC (HL-LHC) and LHC Injectors Upgrade (LIU) projects come under close scrutiny
— Thomas Otto, a TE Departmental Safety Officer, won the English category of the POPScience poetry competition, with three poems inspired by CERN.
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From the CERN community
John comes to see the Ombud: he is very upset with his supervisor, who has refused to let him participate in an exciting project. John complains that his supervisor is short-sighted and unfair.
When normal communication breaks down and there is no sharing anymore, office-mates can become ‘space invaders’. Very often, the situation can be resolved effectively by taking just a few simple steps...
Updates from CERN clubs
Film shown in partnership with FIFOG
Ballroom Dancing Workshop at the CERN Dancing Club
Ballroom Dancing Party at the CERN Dancing Club
A month with Michael Haneke