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Futures intertwined

Futures intertwined

CERN and Fermilab have a rich history of scientific accomplishment. Fermilab, which is currently the only US laboratory fully devoted to particle physics, tends to favour fermions: the top and bottom ...

A global lab with a global mission

A global lab with a global mission

Our world has been transformed almost beyond recognition since CERN was founded in 1954. Particle physics has evolved to become a field that is increasingly planned and co-ordinated around the world. ...

The HL-LHC: a bright vision

The HL-LHC: a bright vision

The LHC is one of the world’s largest and most complex scientific instruments. Its design and construction required more than 20 years of hard work and the unique expertise of a number of e...

Charting the future of CERN

Charting the future of CERN

Over the next five years, key events shaping the future of particle physics will unfold. We will have results from the second run of the LHC, and from other particle and astroparticle physics projects...

Science: a model for collaboration?

Science: a model for collaboration?

Today, science, technology and innovation are among the most powerful forces driving social change and development. However, what is the actual role that a fundamental science laboratory like CERN can...

Our Courier

Our Courier

The CERN Courier is not exclusively CERN’s. Its subtitle “International Journal of High-Energy Physics” stands as a friendly warning to all those readers who might otherwise think it is ...

Maintaining an ideal

Maintaining an ideal

August 1959 saw the first issue of CERN Courier – “the long-expected internal bulletin” and idea of Cornelis Bakker, who was then CERN’s Director-General. The goals stated on the first...

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