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CERN's Ben Segal joins Internet Hall of Fame

8 Apr 2014 | Update - For CERN people | Cian O'Luanaigh | At a ceremony today in Hong Kong, the Internet Society has recognized Ben Segal for his contributions to the development of the Internet

CERN's Ben Segal joins Internet Hall of Fame

8 Apr 2014 | Update - For the public | Cian O'Luanaigh | At a ceremony today in Hong Kong, the Internet Society has recognized Ben Segal for his contributions to the development of the internet

High-flying physics: Young pilot visits CERN

9 Sep 2013 | Update - For students & educators | Abha Eli Phoboo | Pernilla Craig, one of UK’s youngest female pilots, saw CERN from deep underground and high in the sky on a visit last week

Recreating one of the web’s first browsers

6 Jun 2013 | Update - For students & educators | Marina Giampietro | CERN is organizing a two-day coding event to recreate the line-mode browser

Recreating one of the web’s first browsers

6 Jun 2013 | Update - For the public | Marina Giampietro | CERN is organizing a two-day coding event to recreate the line-mode browser

Servicing servers

30 May 2013 | Image | In August 2009 a team from the Association aBCM in Lausanne came to CERN to give the world's first web server a health check

£1 million Engineering prize honours web pioneers

18 Mar 2013 | Update - For the public | Cian O'Luanaigh | The inaugural Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering went to five engineers whose work led to the internet and the World Wide Web

Higgs boson detected at London Paralympics

30 Aug 2012 | Update - For the public | The particle was the star of Enlightenment - a science-themed ceremony featuring Stephen Hawking and Ian McKellen

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