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Ten-year journey through quark–gluon plasma

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Physics
09 November, 2022
Physics
Feature
09 November, 2022

CERN publishes comprehensive open science policy

CERN’s core values include making research open and accessible for everyone. A new policy now brings together existing open science initiatives to ensure a bright future based on transparency and collaboration at CERN.

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Knowledge sharing
03 October, 2022
Knowledge sharing
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03 October, 2022

CERN to implement additional energy-saving measures for 2022–2023

In light of the current global energy supply and cost crisis, and as part of its social responsibility, CERN will be implementing measures that will significantly reduce the Laboratory’s energy consumption in 2022 and 2023

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At CERN
30 September, 2022

Nuclear physics at CERN: a hub for interdisciplinary research

Fundamental research at the ISOLDE and n_TOF facilities at CERN has applications in a wide variety of areas of astrophysics, medical physics, energy and more

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Knowledge sharing
28 September, 2022
Knowledge sharing
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28 September, 2022

ALICE pins down hypermatter properties

The collaboration’s latest study of a “strange”, unstable nucleus known as the hypertriton offers new insight into the particle interactions that may take place at the hearts of neutron stars

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Physics
20 September, 2022
Physics
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20 September, 2022

Call for crowdsourcing projects pursuing the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Crowd4SDG launches its final call for projects to tackle climate change and promote justice

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Knowledge sharing
10 August, 2022
Knowledge sharing
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10 August, 2022

ATTRACT unveils the projects that will benefit from its €28 million fund for innovation

ATTRACT, a research and innovation project funded by the European Union and backed by a consortium of nine partners, including CERN, will commit €28 million to finance 36 projects from more than 20 countries

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Knowledge sharing
22 July, 2022
Knowledge sharing
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22 July, 2022

CERN tech in space: the first CERN-driven satellite has been successfully launched

With the launch of the CELESTA satellite for radiation monitoring in space, CERN shows its expertise in the field of radiation effects on electronics

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Knowledge sharing
14 July, 2022
Knowledge sharing
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14 July, 2022

LHCb discovers three new exotic particles

The collaboration has observed a new kind of “pentaquark” and the first-ever pair of “tetraquarks”

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Physics
05 July, 2022

Take part in climate action through CERN’s online Webfest challenge 2022

The Webfest – CERN’s annual hackathon based on open web technologies – will celebrate its tenth anniversary this year.

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Computing
24 June, 2022
Computing
Announcement
24 June, 2022