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In light of the current global energy supply and cost crisis, and as part of its social responsibility, CERN will be implementing measures that will significantly reduce the Laboratory’s energy consumption in 2022 and 2023. Find out more:…
A school visit to @CERN in 2016 motivated Bryan Perez Tapia to study physics and eventually to return as a CERN guide himself. All it takes is passion and enthusiasm…
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Thank you to everyone that joined our Great Physics Bake-off and shared their #HappyBirthdayCERN cake ideas to celebrate CERN’s 68th birthday. Our team at CERN has voted and the top #PhysicsCakes are: @caridoesphysics @caryss_b & @MarcusMadurai @HildeLyn @PhDewhurst
Do you or someone you know share a birthday with #CERN? Tag them in the comments!🎊
Colliders and Cake🎂 �#HappyBirthdayCERNRN CERN was founde#OnThisDayay 68 years ago. Today it continues to bring scientists together from all around the world to search for answers to some of th#Universese’s biggest questionsEc
🗓️ 6 October 2022, 19.30 p.m. CEST � Online registration is still possible for this hybrid…bX
Happy 68th birthday CERN! 🎉 Let’s celebrate with this#ThrowbackThursdayy taking us through past CERN anniversaries. Only two years to go before CERN’s 70th birthday: how do you think we should celebrate? We want to hear your ideas!Q
How beautiful is the @CMSExperiment? #PhotoOfTheWeek This picture shows the GEMs (Gas Electron Multipliers) following their installation in the CMS detector. This new technology is designed to improve muon detection in the #HiLumiLHC era. Find out more:…
The @CERN-developed simulator Molflow — a versatile computational physics model for the characterisation of free-molecular flow — is being adopted by NASA to help design vacuum systems for space exploration:…
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A standard fill for proton-proton collisions at 13.6TeV typically lasts about 12 hours. In this case, the beam conditions required by #LHCf do not degrade quickly, and allowed this fill to be kept for many more hours. Curious about the experiment behind this run? Stay tuned!
During physics "fills", the #LHC delivers stable beams to the experiments, allowing physicists to collect #physics data. #LHCdictionary
#LHCRun3 beats another record this week with the longest fill of the #LHC to date, lasting 57.4 hours💪g
#Didyouknow that the #CERNAcceleratorSchool holds training courses on accelerator physics and associated technologies for physicists, engineers, technicians, and students? Register for the upcoming CAS Advanced #AcceleratorPhysics course:
CERN openlab Summer Students recently spent 9 weeks at @CERN working hands-on with cutting-edge #computing tech, including #QuantumComputing, #MachineLearning, open-data platforms & more. Last week, they presented this work in 5-minute "lightning talks":
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This is a stainless steel inlay used to apply vacuum and hold a flexible printed circuit board in place, during part of the assembly process for the ATLAS Phase-2 Inner Tracker. Find out more about @ATLASexperiment inner detector:…
“Neutrinos are amazing,” says Jonathan Feng, co-spokesperson for the FASER collaboration. “Every time we look at them from a new source, whether it is a nuclear reactor or the sun or the atmosphere, we learn something new.”…
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First days in 2004 versus 2022 This #ThrowbackThursday shows the first key moment in a CERN career: the onboarding session. If you would like to come on board, click here: For more information, make sure to follow @CERN_JOBS #CERNCareers
The latest study by the @ALICEexperiment is the most precise measurement to date of two properties of a hypernucleus, and offers new insight into the particle interactions that may take place at the hearts of neutron stars. Find out more:…
Did you know❓ At the LHC top quark pairs are produced slightly asymmetrically. CMS measures the angular distribution to see if new particles enhance this effect. ⚛️ Read more:…
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#CERN is on TikTok! ⚙️🥼👩🏻‍🏫 What do fridge magnets, hovercrafts and CERN have in common? Follow us#TikTokkTok to watch our new science education
CERN needs you 💪 This#PhotoOfTheWeekk shows Oksana, a software developer. CERN employs people from all fields: physicists, engineers, technicians but also lawyers, translators, designers and more. Read more about what it’s like to work at CERN:
What’s the connection between a fridge magnet and the #LHC magnets?🧲 Watch this#TeachingTuesdayy video to find out how different magnets have different functions, and why the LHC needs various types of magnetic fields: ​ #CERNSolvayEducationn@SolvayGrouppJ
The ATLAS Experiment at @CERN is looking for signs of #darkmatter with particles of light (photons). Their latest search sets the best exclusion limits at the LHC on the search for Higgs bosons decaying to a photon and "dark photon". Learn more in the new briefing ⤵️
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#BusinessWithCERN CERN budget returns to industry through the #procurement of a wide range of goods and services that allow CERN to operate. Register for #BSBF2022, where CERN will present its future procurement needs. 🗓️: 4-7 October 2022 🔗bsbf2020.orgsMa
This is the laser of the AEgIS experiment in the Antiproton Decelerator hall. The laser helps the experiment produce a pulse of horizontally travelling antihydrogen atoms. Find out more about the AEgIS experiment:…
This series of posters is a product of in-depth discussions among Sparks! participants. Which question would you like to see answered? 🧐 Stay tuned for Sparks! 2022 with the theme “Future Technology for Health”.
❓Will AI match or exceed human intelligence? ❓Can Machine Learning help us understand what self-awareness is? ❓ Where are the gaps in constructing AI? Today we revisit last year’s first edition of the Sparks! Serendipity Forum focused on “Future Intelligence”.
❓Will AI match or exceed human intelligence? ❓Can Machine Learning help us understand what self-awareness is? ❓ Where are the gaps in constructing AI?
Ready for the Great Physics Bake-off?🎂 To celebrate CERN's upcoming 68th birthday, share your best physics cake by 26 September, using the hashtag#HappyBirthdayCERNN, and tagging@CERNN. We will feature the best cakes on 29 September. Take some inspiration from@PhysicsCakessc
Today’s #ThrowbackThursday takes us to the expansion plate for the Ramm bubble chamber. Developed by the Australian particle physicist Colin Ramm, the 500-litre bubble chamber was completed in 1960 and was used in CERN’s first neutrino experiments.
CERN is launching three new graduate #recruitment schemes: are you ready? Find out which one could be for you ⬇️ #hiring #job #career
Why is there more matter than antimatter in the universe? 🤔 Welcome to BASE, an experiment that strives to answer this question by comparing protons and antiprotons. 🔎 Find out more about BASE’s ground-breaking result from earlier this…5vv
Join the next open #virtualvisit of the ATLAS Experiment at @CERN! Our upcoming visit will be Monday 19 Sept, LIVE from the ATLAS cavern. 📌 Save the date: Monday 19 Sept at 4pm CET/10am ET ➡️ Sign
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The CERN openlab summer students will be presenting their work today at 3:00 pm CEST. They have been working on innovative projects related to Quantum computing, machine learning and much more. Find out details of the 1st session here:
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The @cernalumni network recently reached 8000 members! 🤩 The series “Spotlight on CERN Alumni” shines a light on what it’s like to work at CERN and beyond. Read Andreas’s story to find out why CERN is a place like nowhere else on
Would you like to #work in a place like nowhere else on Earth? 🧐 @CERN_JOBSS is launching three new graduate schemes: #CERNOriginn for early-career professionals#CERNQuestt for project graduates#CERNResearchFellowshipp for postdoc graduates
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This is the ISOLDE Solenoidal Spectrometer, part of an experimental setup at HIE-ISOLDE (High-Intensity and Energy project of ISOLDE). In January 2020, the ISS contributed to study an almost unexplored region of the nuclide map:…
CERN condolences on the death of Queen Elizabeth II The CERN flag is flying at half-mast on the Esplanade des Particules today, following the death of Queen Elizabeth II yesterday, at the age of 96. 🔗…61
After working on some of the latest hardware & software technologies, CERN openlab summer students will finally present their work at the “lightning talks”. There will be 2 online sessions on 14th & 15th September respectively. Find out more details here:
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Heave-ho! Today’s #ThrowbackThursday shows the linear accelerator Linac1, being moved, tank by tank in 1985. Designed as an injector for the Proton Synchrotron, Linac1 was once the only supplier of protons to the CERN synchrotron until it was replaced by Linac2 & now by Linac4.
Constructing elephants to observe ants 🐘 🐜 Th#PhotoOfTheWeekek gives us an idea of how massive th@LHCbExperimentnt is#DidYouKnowow that this 5600-tonne detector is 21 metres long, 10 metres high and 13 metres wide? Find out more about…9kY
Once a CERNois, always a CERNois 🌏 Congratulations to the ever-growing, dynamic#CERNAlumnii Network for becoming 8000 members strong. Whether you have worked at CERN or work at CERN today, as a user, student, associate, fellow or staff, register…X
Vacuum simulations, forward physics at CMS, nuclear timekeeping and SLAC’s revamped LCLS-II are featured in depth in the Sep/Oct issue. LISA, exotic-hadron taxonomy, ICHEP2022 and Science for Peace are other highlights. Read the issue in full online:…
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Do you want to learn more about opportunities doing #BusinessWithCERN? Check out the #BSBF2022 #procurement handbook for the forthcoming #business opportunities and invitations to tender:…
The CMS collaboration welcomes its ninth management team! The new spokesperson, Patricia McBride, and the two deputies, Wolfgang Adam and Lucia Silvestris, will serve the Collaboration for the next two years. Read more:…
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The peculiarity of the solar chameleons is that their interaction strength with normal matter depends on the local matter density. This makes them suitable candidates to form the particle components of dark energy.
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