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First high-precision measurement of the mass of the W boson at the LHC
12 February 2018

Display of a candidate event for a W boson decaying into one muon and one neutrino from proton-proton collisions recorded by ATLAS with LHC stable beams at a collision energy of 7 TeV.  (Image: CERN)

In a paper published today in the European Physical Journal C, the ATLAS Collaboration reports the first high-precision measurement at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of the mass of the W boson.

ATLAS sees first direct evidence of light-by-light scattering at high energy
14 August 2017

A light-by-light scattering candidate event measured in the ATLAS detector. (Image: CERN)

Geneva, 14 August 2017. Physicists from the ATLAS experiment at CERN have found the first direct evidence of high energy light-by-light scattering, a very rare process...

Workshop aims to catch dreams across the country
13 February 2017

Artist Nick Huard will be taking his skills across the country to teach youth in Canada how to make dreamcatchers. (Jessica Deer, The Eastern Door)

With a focus on reconciliation and inclusion, three Kahnawa’kehró:non will be a part of a Canada-wide project exploring young people’s dreams for themselves and the country.

Monkeys and Japan
08 January 2017

The red-faced macaques in the onsen of Jigokudani Park

Japan is lovely. Just as I imagined, its landscapes, contrasts and elegance. Charming and sightly. Since I was a young girl, I had always dreamed of visiting Japan, but had first travelled to several other countries...

Interview to Dev Kumar Sunuwar from Nepal
30 November 2016

Dev Kumar Sunuwar, presidente dell’Indigenous Media Foundation, Nepal all’Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples delle Nazioni Unite di Ginevra

Indigenous Peoples of Nepal at the United Nations

Dev Kumar Sunuwar is an Attorney and an Investigative Journalist in Nepal, has an experience of working in media for...

Terra Nullius and the History of Broken Treaties at Standing Rock
12 September 2017

If treaties are the supreme law of the land, as the U.S. Constitution states, then how is it that treaties can be so easily broken by a government that claims to uphold a respect for the law? An even more unsettling question: how is it that the trail of broken treaties...

LHC experiments delve deeper into precision
15 July 2017

Artistic view of the Brout-Englert-Higgs Field (Image: CERN)

Geneva and Venice, 11 July 2017. The world’s particle physics community is meeting this week in Venice (Italy) for the EPS International Conference on High Energy Physics.

Angels in the Bible were Time Travellers
13 February 2017

Angels in the Bible were Time Travellers

Discoveries by Ronald Pegg, Townsville, Queensland, Australia

Bible messengers, perceived religiously as Angels, were actually human time travellers tasked to warn our modern civilization...

Yanomami, an uncontacted Amazon tribe that could be wiped out
30 November 2016

Extraordinary new aerial photos show a contemporary uncontacted tribal community estimated to be home to 100 people in the Amazon

CERN experiment points to a cloudier pre-industrial climate
26 May 2016

The CLOUD experiment in October 2013

Geneva, 26 May 2016. In two papers published today in the journal Nature, new results from the CLOUD experiment at CERN imply the baseline pristine pre-industrial climate may have been cloudier than presently thought.


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