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CERN Courier magazine: October 2014 digital edition

Cern Courier

Welcome to the digital edition of the October 2014 issue of CERN Courier

CERN is a unique institution, born from the ashes of war as a beacon of science and peace. As its facilities and research arena grew in size following its official foundation in 1954, so too did the extent of international collaboration at CERN. In this issue to celebrate the 60th anniversary, a pictorial timeline illustrates some key moments in this collaborative journey. In addition, a few short articles highlight what CERN has meant to people from various regions of the world, and a physicist and former science minister gives his view on CERN’s future direction. The issue also celebrates the 80th birthday of Carlo Rubbia, the only director-general to have received a Nobel prize for his work at CERN.

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