The aim is to allow free and unrestricted exchange of scientific information.
"A new picture is emerging, one where co-ordination among and participation in these mega-efforts is required at an international level."
More than 50 science organisations in Europe have written an open letter expressing concern about the impact of recent US policies on science, research and innovation.
"We all need to join forces to assure CERN’s ongoing commitment to diversity."
Previously, scientists from Sri Lanka have participated in LHC experiments within the framework of sabbatical leave.
India has been a partner of CERN for more than 50 years.
Slovenian physicists have participated in the LHC’s ATLAS experiment for the past 20 years, focusing on silicon tracking, protection devices and computing at the Slovenian Tier-2 data centre.
The geographical enlargement policy of 2010 is important for the future of the CERN, says Emmanuel Tsesmelis.
Ukraine has been a long-time contributor to the ALICE, CMS and LHCb experiments at the LHC and to R&D in accelerator technology.
In September, following three years of successful operation and growth, CERN announced the continuation of the global SCOAP3 open-access initiative for at least three more years. SCOAP3 (Sponsoring Co...