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LHCb releases first set of data to the public

The LHCb collaboration has released data from Run 1 of the LHC to the public for the first time, allowing research to be conducted by anyone in the world

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Knowledge sharing
08 December, 2022
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08 December, 2022

The SM18 test facility in the HL-LHC era

SM18 is one of the largest magnet test facilities in the world. Dedicated to testing superconducting magnets and radiofrequency cavities, it is now waiting for the first HL-LHC components

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Engineering
07 December, 2022
Engineering
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07 December, 2022

LHC Report: The switch was flipped, and the beams were dumped

Looking back on an exciting year for the LHC and its injector complex

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Accelerators
07 December, 2022
Accelerators
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07 December, 2022

BioDynaMo modelling platform accelerates biological simulation and more

The BioDynaMo project, launched by CERN openlab in 2015, has now reached maturity and is seeking new applications

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07 December, 2022
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07 December, 2022

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At CERN
07 December, 2022
At CERN
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07 December, 2022

CAST-CAPP inches closer to axion dark matter

The CAPP axion haloscope at the CAST experiment has hunted for axions from the Milky Way’s “halo” of dark matter, and has narrowed down the theoretical space in which to look for these hypothetical particles

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Physics
02 December, 2022
Physics
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02 December, 2022

CERN and Airbus partnership on future clean aviation

CERN and Airbus UpNext sign a collaboration agreement to assess the use of superconducting technologies for future zero-emission aeroplanes

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Knowledge sharing
01 December, 2022
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01 December, 2022

Computer Security: What’s under the tree?

It’s time to review what Father Christmas and his elves, gnomes and reindeers, if you happen to believe in them, have put under the computer security tree

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Computing
01 December, 2022
Computing
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01 December, 2022

From CERN to space: staff member selected to join the ESA 2022 astronaut class

Selected out of more than 22 500 applicants, CERN engineer Sławosz Uznański from Poland has been chosen as one of the 11 members of the ESA 2022 astronaut class in the reserve pool

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At CERN
25 November, 2022