Antonella Del Rosso

Antonella Del Rosso is the internal communications editor at CERN.

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CERN welcomes International Year of Quantum Science and Technology

On the centenary of quantum mechanics -- the bedrock of particle physics and enabler of numerous technologies – CERN is contributing to the development of a new generation of quantum technologies for fundamental research and beyond.

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Knowledge sharing
12 June, 2024
Knowledge sharing
News
12 June, 2024

The next-generation triggers for CERN detectors

The recently launched Next-Generation Triggers project is set to remarkably increase the efficiency, sensitivity and modelling of CERN experiments

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Computing
11 April, 2024

A new data centre at CERN

The new data centre complements the existing centre and will allow CERN to respond to the growing data-processing needs of the worldwide scientific community

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Computing
23 February, 2024
Computing
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23 February, 2024

Indico: 20 years of event managing

The CERN-developed open source software, Indico, is being chosen by a growing number of users worldwide. As it celebrates 20 years, find out what new features are planned for 2024

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Computing
28 February, 2024
Computing
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28 February, 2024

Ethical, open and non-commercial: the Open Web Search project is designed to provide Europe with the right alternative to existing search engines

CERN recently hosted the fifth International Open Search symposium, where over 100 experts discussed how to make searching the web in Europe fairer and safer

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Computing
06 December, 2023

Serbia joins the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid

On 9 December, CERN and Serbia signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the Serbian State Data Centre. The centre will become a Tier1 member of the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid (WLCG), the highest level of collaboration within the Grid

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Computing
14 December, 2023
Computing
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14 December, 2023

CERN and the World Food Programme sign a memorandum of cooperation

The collaboration between the two international organisations will promote access to and use of breakthrough innovations in the field of IT to fight hunger worldwide

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Computing
14 November, 2023

Heard about quantum technology? Now it’s time to understand it!

Quantum technology is among the biggest talking points on the web. And yet, the general feeling is that only experts can understand it. The Sparks! Forum at CERN aims to prove this wrong

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Knowledge sharing
01 November, 2023
Knowledge sharing
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01 November, 2023

Bringing quantum computing to society

A new, three-year CERN-based programme called the Open Quantum Institute seeks to make quantum computing resources and technical expertise widely available

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Computing
16 October, 2023
Computing
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16 October, 2023

Arts at CERN: A transformative immersion

After their three-month residency at CERN in the framework of the Arts at CERN programme, Anne Sylvie Henchoz and Julie Lang have produced an artwork that explores the relationship between humanity, art and science

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At CERN
24 June, 2019

TEDxCERN: events worth experiencing this week

This week’s TEDxCERN 2018 is more than just an afternoon show in downtown Geneva. It’s a whole series of events and initiatives designed to engage an audience from CERN and beyond

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Knowledge sharing
19 November, 2018
Knowledge sharing
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19 November, 2018

Alumni interactions left overwhelming tracks at CERN

The First Collisions event left all participants with fond memories of this unique experience and with a lot of enthusiasm for growth of the network

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At CERN
13 February, 2018