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CERN Council decides to conclude cooperation with Russia and Belarus in 2024

The Organization’s cooperation with the Russian Federation and the Republic of Belarus will conclude at the expiry in 2024 of the International Cooperation Agreements (ICAs)

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At CERN
15 December, 2023

Charm is better than beauty at going with the flow

New ALICE measurements shed light on the dynamics of charm and beauty particles in quark–gluon plasma

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Physics
15 December, 2023

CLOUD challenges current understanding of aerosol particle formation in polar and marine regions

The results imply that climate models are underestimating the formation rates of aerosol particles

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Physics
15 December, 2023

Making the leap from the impossible to the possible

During the LHC era and on the cusp of the High-Luminosity LHC era, theoretical and experimental physicists are already using precision calculations to find the smallest deviations that might reveal new physics

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Physics
11 December, 2023

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

HiLumi News: Successful test paves the way for magnet production at CERN

Engineers have successfully tested an improved design of a quadrupole magnet manufactured at CERN, confirming that niobium–tin technology is viable for accelerator magnets

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Accelerators
05 December, 2023
Accelerators
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05 December, 2023

CERN publishes its environment report for 2021–2022

The report highlights progress and areas for future development in CERN’s ongoing efforts to minimise its environmental footprint

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Knowledge sharing
04 December, 2023
Knowledge sharing
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04 December, 2023

ALICE bags about twelve billion heavy-ion collisions

The whopping number of collisions recorded by ALICE during the recent five-week heavy-ion run of the LHC is 40 times greater than the total recorded by the experiment in its previous periods of heavy-ion data taking, from 2010 to 2018

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Experiments
01 December, 2023
Experiments
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01 December, 2023

Exotic atomic nucleus sheds light on the world of quarks

CERN and the Accelerator Laboratory in Jyväskylä, Finland, have teamed up to weigh in on the understanding of the effects of the weak force on quarks

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Physics
28 November, 2023

Progress Pride flag lights up the Esplanade des Particules in honour of LGBTQ+ STEM day

For the first time in its history, CERN raises the Progress Pride flag on the main Esplanade, showing solidarity with the worldwide scientific LGBTQ+ community

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At CERN
17 November, 2023