Physicists turned science-education researchers Magdalena Kersting and Urban Eriksson describe the latest thinking in science communication, education and outreach.
The new art installations at CERN Science Gateway express complex physics concepts in inspiring ways.
How well is particle physics represented in high-school curricula? A recent review by CERN physics-education researchers reveals all.
Members of the CERN exhibition team offer top tips for designing the ideal interactive exhibit.
How CERN’s national and international teacher programmes inspire and empower thousands of teachers and, through them, their students.
The key to unlock accessibility is to broaden the number of dimensions and directions through which physics is communicated.
Science centres impress with all kinds of high-tech exhibits, but often it is a simple object or piece of an experiment that holds the most fascinating stories.
At CERN Science Gateway, the new education labs offer students and visitors to chance to conduct their own experiments.
Multiphysics modelling underpinned development of an advanced ionization gauge for pressure measurements in high-vacuum and ultrahigh-vacuum systems.
Volker Lindenstruth goes behind the scenes of a completely new computing model that allows the ALICE collaboration to merge online and offline data processing into a single software framework.