– Build a cosmic-ray detector in the classroom to see tracks left by particles from outer space
– CERN physicists travelled to Nepal and India to bring a plethora of particle physics events to schools, universities and public venues
– Want to conduct an experiment at a fully operational CERN beamline? Just over 3 weeks left to register for the Beamline for schools competition!
– The deadline for applications is 28 February 2015
– A new documentary charts the progress of the physics-education project "Playing with Protons", a collaboration between CERN and a Greek primary school
– Don’t miss a Google+ hangout with last year’s winners and CERN scientists on 4 December 2014 at 5pm CET
– CMS Virtual Visits provide remote participants an opportunity to experience the CMS Experiment. Why not take a tour from the comfort of your school?
– The ATLAS and CMS experiments, together with the IceCube Experiment in the South Pole, hosted a virtual visit for high-school students
– Some 175 pupils from the Pays de Gex and the Canton of Geneva took part in a colloquium entitled "La science en partage” (‘shared science’)
– Applications to the 2015 school, which will be held in Ibarra, Ecuador, are open until 14 November
– Masters students have just six months to turn CERN detector technology into useful innovations, from wearable sensors to exoskeletons for the elderly
– Twelve professors and students from the Constantine region of Algeria visited CERN as part of their prize for the Cirta-Science competition
– The third biennial African School of Fundamental Physics and its Applications (ASP) took place in Dakar, Senegal, on 3-23 August
– After a week of shifts on the T9 beamline, two teams of high-school students are ready to analyse data from their CERN experiment
– From apps for terrain elevation to online privacy, participants at the CERN Webfest 2014 tackled a host of issues
– Teachers from the Middle East are working together at CERN’s High School Teachers Training Programme to produce lessons about SESAME
– The CERN Education group offers help and resources to prepare your students for a trip to CERN
– Each year in spring the International Particle Physics Outreach Group organizes the International Masterclasses
– 300 pupils aged 9 to 12 organised a knowledge exchange workshop based on the “Be a Physicist” project.
– Students in the UK have launched LUCID - a cosmic-ray detector incorporating parts developed at CERN - into space