A summit, entitled “Accelerating the Adoption of Open Science”, took place at CERN from 10 to 14 July, bringing together representatives from 70 scientific institutions to discuss how to develop and implement open science policies across the globe
“Collision – Stories from the Science of CERN” is a highly readable anthology built on the idea of teaming up great writers with great scientists
92 companies from across CERN Member and Associate Member States took part in CERN’s thematic forum on civil engineering
CERN opened its doors to a variety of companies for the first CERN Civil Engineering Business Forum, ushering in CERN’s new industry-specific networking strategy
Submit applications by 18 September for CERN Knowledge Transfer fund and Medical Applications budget 2023
CERN’s Knowledge Transfer (KT) group invites those who are working on a CERN technology that could be applied outside high-energy physics to submit applications for funding from the KT fund or the medical applications budget by 18 September
On Saturday, 8 July 2023, the inhabitants of Prévessin-Moëns had the opportunity to visit a unique CERN facility, the Neutrino Platform.
Arts at CERN collaborates with Science Gallery Melbourne and the ARC Centre for the exhibition “Dark Matters”
Opening on 5 August, “Dark Matters” will bring artworks from Arts at CERN programmes to Australian audiences for the first time
It may surprise you, but being a CERN Guide can give you unexpected benefits, especially with Science Gateway about to open this autumn.
With its world-renowned expertise in the analysis of massive volumes of data, CERN has started a unique collaboration with leading market-surveillance experts to explore how particle physics could help to build future manipulation-detection techniques
The resources developed by IdeaSquare for the Crowd4SDG project will continue to drive innovation through future Science Gateway workshops and masterclasses