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Dutch and US students win 2019 CERN Beamline for Schools competition
03 July 2019

The 2019 CERN Beamline for Schools winners: (from left) Team from the West High School in Salt Lake City, USA (Image: Kara Budge) and team from the Praedinius Gymnasium in Groningen, Netherlands (Image: Martin Mug)

Two teams of high-school students, one from the Praedinius Gymnasium in Groningen, Netherlands, and one from the West High School in Salt Lake City, USA, have won the 2019 Beamline for Schools competition

 
FASER: CERN approves new experiment to look for long-lived, exotic particles
26 April 2019

Illustration en 3D du futur détecteur FASER dans le tunnel TI12. Le détecteur est aligné avec précision sur l'axe de collision d'ATLAS, à 480 m du point de collision. (Image: FASER/CERN)

The experiment, which will complement existing searches for dark matter at the LHC, will be operational in 2021

 
Kenya: UN says Lake Turkana is endangered
25 February 2019

Il lago Turkana e il fiume Omo, fonte di vita per molti popoli indigeni, si stanno prosciugando a causa di una grande diga (Image: Nicola Bailey/ Survival)

UNESCO added Kenya’s Lake Turkana to its World Heritage Site Endangered List in June, a sign it believes the iconic lake’s survival is at risk

 

 
International collaboration publishes concept design for a post-LHC future circular collider at CERN
15 January 2019

The proposed layout of the future circular collider (Image: CERN)


Geneva, 15 January 2019. Today, the Future Circular Collider (FCC) collaboration submitted its Conceptual Design Report (CDR) for publication.

 
Indigenous Peoples and Discovery Doctrine
05 August 2018

Ben Sherman, Oglala Lakota, President World Indigenous Tourism Alliance, at the United Nations of Geneva

Statement presented at the UN in Geneva on the occasion of the 11th session of the EMRIP, Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

 
Ayoreo indigenous people in Paraguay celebrate land victory
29 April 2019

 Ayoreo children Edison, Hugo and Eber play in Totobiegosode community of Arocojnadi. 2019  (Image: X. Clarke/Survival International)


The Ayoreo-Totobiegosode, an indigenous people in the heart of South America, has finally secured a key part of its territory after a 26 year struggle.

 
Croatia to become an Associate Member of CERN
28 February 2019

Fabiola Gianotti, CERN Director-General, and Blaženka Divjak, Minister of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia, signed an Agreement admitting Croatia as an Associate Member of CERN

Today, the Director-General of CERN, Fabiola Gianotti, and the Minister of Science and Education of the Republic of Croatia, Blaženka Divjak, signed an Agreement admitting Croatia...

 
Developers revive first Web browser at week-long hackathon
25 February 2019

The team working to resurrect the first Web browser (Image: Jean-François Groff)

As part of CERN’s celebrations of the 30th anniversary of the Web, an international team is at CERN to recreate the WorldWideWeb browser

 
The appeal of the Ashaninka People of the Amazon
05 August 2018

Benki Piyako of Ashaninka People, Amazon, at the United Nations Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Statement presented at the UN in Geneva on the occasion of the 11th session of the EMRIP, Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

 
OPERA collaboration presents its final results on neutrino oscillations
06 June 2018

View of the OPERA detector (on the CNGS facility) with its two identical Super Modules, each one containing one target section and one spectrometer  (Image: CERN)

All data publicly available on the CERN Open Data Portal


The OPERA experiment, located at the Gran Sasso Laboratory of the Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN)...

 
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