Two independent groups are going to Earth’s extremes to make unprecedented measurements for physics, education and the environment.
Founded in 2014 at the time of CERN’s 60th birthday, the Beamline for Schools competition inspires and trains the youngest researchers in science.
What was it that drove one of the biggest media events science has ever seen, and is the LHC still able to capture the public imagination?
On 28 June, 200 servers from the CERN computing centre were donated to Kathmandu University in Nepal.
The CERN–JINR European School of High-Energy Physics marks 25 years of teaching advanced topics in particle physics.
There is scant excuse for not helping to educate and inspire the next generation, says CERN Council president Sijbrand de Jong.
“What can we use the Higgs boson for?” was just one of the tough questions asked by hungry minds at a festival that celebrates diversity and culture.
The Particle Zoo, a California-based company that produces soft-toy versions of elementary particles and other outreach materials, is searching for a buyer to take the reins.
The project will integrate the laboratory better into the local urban landscape.
The new community, united by a shared pride in having contributed to CERN’s scientific endeavours, will provide an opportunity for alumni to maintain links with the Organization.