CERN in the media - From 18 to 24 February 2019

Mar 01, 2019

 

 These press cuttings have been selected by our colleagues from the Press office.

The most popular topic during this week was the recreation of the first WWW browser. Several articles about Istanbul University from Turkey and Bath University in the UK joining the CMS collaboration. Other coverage include Fabiola Gianotti's interview with the Physics World and The Guardian, ratification of Agreement with CERN by Bulgarian Parliament, Challenge-Based Innovation at IdeaSquare and more. 

Enjoy the reading!

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Travel Back to 1990 With the Original World Wide Web Browser

...Conversation toolsChange in-article videoGo to permalink Screenshot: CERN / Gizmodo The World Wide Web turns 30 this year, and to...

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Gizmodo - Feb 20, 2019

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Particle Physicists Build a Meatball Collider

...collisions at the world's largest particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. There it is.Photo: The MEAL Collaboration MEAL...

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Gizmodo - Feb 23, 2019

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The 'WIMP Miracle' Hope For Dark Matter Is Dead

...Particle. The big hope was for a WIMP miracle, a great prediction of supersymmetry. It's 2019, and that hope is now dashed. Direct...

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Forbes Online - Feb 22, 2019

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Bir Bilimsel İş Birliği Adımı: İstanbul Üniversitesi, CERN'deki CMS Deneyinin Tam Üyesi Oldu

İstanbul Üniversitesi, Avrupa Nükleer Araştırma Merkezi'nde (CERN) araştırma faaliyetleri yürüten Kompakt Müon Selenoid (CMS) deneyine "tam...

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Onedio - Feb 19, 2019

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Fabiola Gianotti: 'There is nothing more rewarding than discovering a new particle'

The director general of Cern talks about discovering the Higgs boson, women in science and the next generation of colliders An Italian particle...

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The Guardian - theguardian.com - Feb 23, 2019

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Correlated nucleons may solve 35-year-old mystery

...over 35 years ago by the European Muon Collaboration in data taken at CERN. The collaboration found that when they measured quarks inside...

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ScienceDaily - Feb 21, 2019

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University now official member of CMS research group at CERN Large Hadron Collider

...member of Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) research group at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Switzerland, as announced last week. Professor...

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University of Bath - Feb 19, 2019

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Preparing for a post-LHC future

...Photography & Video) Almost seven years after the discovery of the Higgs boson at CERN, how would you sum up the current state of...

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Physics World - Physics World Online - Feb 22, 2019

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Parliament facilitates access of Bulgarian scientists to work at CERN

...between the Ministry of Education and Science and the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), facilitating the access of...

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Focus Information Agency - Feb 22, 2019

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Challenge Based Innovation. Design and science. Diariodesign

...that the students of IED Barcelona, ESADE and the UPC have proposed to the CERN. Within the framework of the program Challenge Based...

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diarioDESIGN - Feb 20, 2019

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Success after a Three-year Sprint

...ProtoDUNE-SP sits on Earth's surface, it also sees a high number of cosmic rays that the final DUNE detector won't see from its mile-deep...

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Cryogenic Society of America - Feb 19, 2019

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