In case you missed this week's digest, we celebrated World Intellectual Property Day on Sunday 26 April, we enjoyed some fantastic videos about the discovery of the Higgs boson, and we heard from Paul Collier, Head of Beams Department and his experience of teleworking.
The cutting-edge technologies developed at CERN, in addition to the human expertise associated with them, may lead to applications in various fields beyond particle physics as well as to a greener future. Responsible for managing these transitions, CERN’s Knowledge Transfer group is celebrating the World Intellectual Property Day on April 26, to inform the public better of the importance of Intellectual Property (IP) to support green innovation.
In case you have missed it, an excellent series of videos has been published on the CERN YouTube channel, where CMS physicist Piotr Traczyk, explains the discovery of the Higgs boson. Watch the first two videos in the series here:
COVID19 makes no difference, CERN management are restricted to working from home. In this video Paul Collier, Head of the Beams department, describes the new working conditions of his team and shares his advice on teleworking. https://home.cern/news/news/cern/paul-collier-life-during-lockdown-teleworking-and-beams-department