CERN in the media from 9/11/2020 to 15/11/2020

Nov 19, 2020

Dear all, 

Please find below the media monitoring report from 9 to 15 November. These press cuttings have been selected amongst 639 articles identified by our media monitoring system.

Notable clippings about CERN include the media update on the Simetria Arts at CERN residency between CERN and ALMA-ESO and LHCb's observation of the four-charm tetraquark.
 

The following topics were widely covered: thirty years since Tim Berners-Lee submitted his formal proposal for the World Wide Web, the transportable antimatter trap, the MADMAX test at CERN, and the unveiling of a Rafael painting using CERN particle-detection technology.

Other mentions include the passing of Nobel-prize winning physicist Masatoshi Koshiba, the ATTRACT project in a Forbes article about the partnership between big science and startups, Science Gateway, Open Access, bubble chambers and upcoming webinars on quantum computing, among others.

We wish you a good day!
Kind regards,
The CERN Alumni Relations and Press Team

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Big Science, Deep Tech, And Startups: How To Fix This Uncomfortable Partnership?

...by Europe's world-renowned scientific research infrastructures such as CERN, the European Southern Observatory, the European Synchrotron...

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Forbes Online - Nov 10, 2020

Audience Reach: 33,734,080

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Back To When It All Started: 3 Decades Of The World Wide Web

...Berners-Lee submitted his formal proposal for a new idea: the World Wide Web. At the time, he was working at the CERN laboratory in Geneva.

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NPR/National Public Radio Online - Nov 12, 2020

Audience Reach: 15,852,828

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Thus the bubble cameras work, the great detector of the years 70 that anticipated the particle accelerating

...Text: … it existed from before the enormous particle accelerating of the CERN. Hair nets through microscope, the physicists have had…

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Xataka - Nov 15, 2020

Audience Reach: 6,296,280

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Come hear about the opportunities in space observation at TC Sessions: Space

...Technical University, Platzer received his early training at CERN and the Planck Institute before turning to a consulting career...

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TechCrunch - Nov 12, 2020

Audience Reach: 4,658,526

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CERN Scientific Team Develops Transportable 'Antimatter Trap'

...of antiparticles of the corresponding particles of "normal" matter. CERN's BASE team conducts the A BASE collaboration at CERN...

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Sputnik International Russia - Nov 09, 2020

Audience Reach: 3,213,148

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Of the CERN into the far world

... Translated Text: … the world - the CERN, the European laboratory for particle physics in Geneva. Here the World Wide Web was invented,...

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Deutschlandfunk online - Nov 13, 2020

Audience Reach: 1,495,973

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Artistic Enigma Decoded by Robotic X-ray Scanner

...a particle detector developed at CERN, the European laboratory for particle physics, that was repurposed for space exploration and...

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SciTechDaily - Nov 15, 2020

Audience Reach: 426,942

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The guest - hundred years ago, a turning of our history

...drawn by Renzo Piano, which we will be able to soon visit with the CERN. As for the name of Geneva, it is known in the whole world and...

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Tribune de Genève Online - Nov 13, 2020

Audience Reach: 251,430

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How CERN Accelerates with Kubernetes, Helm, Prometheus and CoreDNS – The New Stack

...experiments and analysis of the properties of subatomic particles, antimatter and other particle-physics-related research. CERN is also...

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The New Stack - Nov 12, 2020

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CERN launches free webinar series focusing on the basics of Quantum Computing

CERN launches free webinar series focusing on the basics of Quantum ComputingTechnologyTechGig Correspondent | 9 Nov 2020, 11:09 PM |...

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TechGig - Nov 10, 2020

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Japanese Nobel-prize-winning neutrino pioneer Masatoshi Koshiba dies aged 94

...neutrinos, which required new physics beyond the Standard Model of particle physics. This result led to Takaaki Kajita, a former student...

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Physics World - Physics World Online - Nov 13, 2020

Audience Reach: 153,829

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New artists for Simetría residency at CERN and ALMA-ESO

...Delarue (right) (Image: CERN) Geneva, 10 November 2020. Today, Arts at CERN is announcing the two awards for the Simetría residency...

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Mirage News Australia - Nov 10, 2020

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Scientists CERN approached sozdaniyu of mobile trap for displacing antimaterii between issledovatelskimi laboratoriyami

...Text: … some of fundamentalnykh tayn of the nashey universe. Ustanovka AntimatterDecelerator (AD) is one of a few places of na for...

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Atomic Energy - Nov 12, 2020

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Aneliya Karadzhinova-Ferrer: the Physicist that Aims to Recreate the Spirit of CERN in Bulgaria

...to create the first laboratory in Bulgaria that will be at the level of CERN Aneliya Karadzhinova-Ferrer, ©Karoll "Science Meets...

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Trending Topics South-East Europe - Nov 11, 2020

Audience Reach: 26,213

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Observation of four-charm-quark structure

...produced in proton-proton collisions at center-of-mass energies up to 13 TeV, the LHCb collaboration observed two structures. The narrower...

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Scienmag - Nov 12, 2020

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Particle physics group votes to continue open-access deal

...council of the Sponsoring Consortium for Open Access Publishing in Particle Physics(SCOAP3) said the decision-made at a meeting in...

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Research Professional News - Nov 10, 2020

Audience Reach: 9,916

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Major European facilities to remain open amid lockdowns

...the first wave of the pandemic. On 13 November, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, Cern, told Research Europe that it is...

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Research Professional News - Nov 13, 2020

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CERN gets Terra mould Factual of Studios for the preparation of the most spectacular experiment of history on board

...still very little ", says Michael Benedikt, director/conductor of the Future Circular Collider study, to the potential follow-on project...

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Regionews.at - Nov 10, 2020

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Mare Plasticum – The Plastic Sea

...authors comprising scientists, artists and communicators, amongst them CERN pioneer Marilena Streit-Bianchi. It takes readers on a journey...

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Springer MedOnline - Nov 09, 2020

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New Quantum Gravity Theory Proposed As An Alternative To String Theory

...need particle accelerators significantly more powerful than the Large Hadron Collider(LHC) at CERN. Quantum gravity theories don't...

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IFL Science - Nov 10, 2020

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MADMAX test setup at CERN

...questions in particle physics could be resolved: The puzzle of what dark matter is made of – and the question of why the strong...

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IDW Aktuell - Nov 10, 2020

Audience Reach: 12,069

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