In case you missed this Sunday's Weekly Digest, via these links you can find out all about the awardees of the CMS phD thesis of the year award. The awardees explain the challenges, complications and inspiration they encountered throughout thier PhD research, something which might resonate with those former Phd students amongst you: https://youtu.be/ZOQPqlMKFEw Read more here http://cms.cern/news/when-passion-and-motivation-work-together-meet-cms-phd-thesis-award-winners
You will also find a wealth of information on the impact of doing a PhD at CERN on one's career, recently published as a an official yellow report at https://e-publishing.cern.ch/index.php/CYRM/issue/viewIssue/90/pdf_5
Featuring another former PhD student, we also discover the trajectory of CERN Alumnus and globetrotter James Hamilton: https://alumni.cern/users/892031 and how his experience at CERN equipped him with the necessary skills for his subsequent career as a software developer in Belgium. https://alumni.cern/news/215755
Can you think of a better way to start the week, where art and science collide so beautifully? Listen to Yo-Yo Ma playing Prélude from Bach’s Cello Suite No.6 in D Major in the backdrop of the LHC tunnel.