CERN in the media from 18/12/2020 to 03/01/2021

Jan 08, 2021

Dear all, 

Please find below the media monitoring report from 18 December 2020 to 3 January 2021. These press cuttings have been selected amongst 909 articles identified by our media monitoring system.
The year in review of La Repubblica on the theme of environment includes the interview given by Fabiola to Luca Fraioli last September. 

The ALICE media update about hadron interactions received some coverage during the Christmas break, and the LHCb discovery of a new tetraquark is mentioned in the list of the most important scientific events of 2020 of Corriere della Sera Online.

The other articles mentioning CERN include: UK production of a new ventilator based on the original designer for the HEV, made at CERN; 3 different articles about antimatter and antiparticles; the restart of the LHC listed in the most awaited scientific events of 2021; Gerardo Herrera Corral speaking about the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on Mexican science; 2 articles about the observation of time-dependent CP violation in neutral B mesons decays by LHCb, following the publication of a paper on Arxiv; the opening of a “CERN exhibition" in Turkey; Jack Steinberger's portrait and his profile mentioned in the list of prominent scientists who died in 2020; CMS paper on the mass of leptoquarks  and CERN scientists addressing the first edition of Hindustan Times Code-A-Thon, India’s biggest coding Olympiad.

We wish you a happy new year 2021 and a nice week !
Kind regards

The CERN Alumni Relations and Press Team

 

Does the antimatter produce antigravity?

WorldLingo Translation Performed - 1/3/2021 12:37 PM Original Language: French Translation Language: English Translated Text: … the movement of...

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Science & Vie - Online - Jan 03, 2021

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The 5 waited for scientific profits more of 2021

...unicados the 31 of October locates the takeoff. 5. Run 3: The LHC of the CERN returns to accelerate particles The CERN is the best...

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La Razón Online - Jan 03, 2021

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The Covid-19, the climate and Mars, the protagonists of science in 2021

WorldLingo Translation Performed - 1/1/2021 2:11 AM Original Language: Spanish Translation Language: English Translated Text: … of genomic...

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20 Minutos España Online - Jan 01, 2021

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The most seen during 2020 in the Web of National Geographic

...Rodriguez (15: 38) Technologies of the day to day that were born in the CERN - By Juan Scaliter (13: 13) The homosexualidad is not...

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National Geographic Online - Dec 31, 2020

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UK Scientists to Produce Low-Cost, High-Performance Ventilators

...Energy Ventilator, which the HPLV prototype will be based on. Credit: CERN UK scientists have been awarded funding to develop a robust,...

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SciTechDaily - Dec 31, 2020

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In 2020 the society valued plus science and many governments failed in taking advantage of it

WorldLingo Translation Performed - 12/30/2020 11:47 AM Original Language: Spanish Translation Language: English Translated Text: … in the...

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La Crónica de Hoy Online - Dec 30, 2020

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Not All Particles And Antiparticles Are Either Matter Or Antimatter

...the past. One such rule is a particular symmetry between matter and antimatter: every interaction that creates or destroys a matter...

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Forbes Online - Dec 29, 2020

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CERN Discovery Offers Insight About the Antimatter

...physics is the supposed equal amounts of matter and antimatter in the universe - and a new experiment at CERN might explain why it isn't so

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The Science Times - Dec 27, 2020

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CERN Discovers Another Clue to The Mystery of The Universe's Missing Antimatter

...of cosmic rays. So what happened to it? Using the LHCb experiment at CERN to study the difference between matter and antimatter, we have...

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ScienceAlert - Dec 26, 2020

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2020, the video of Green&Blue: the nature, the climate and the ideas for a future sostenibile

...and to create in the green a hotel for uccellini SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY CERNFabiola Gianotti: “Our science opened to all”...

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La Repubblica Online - Dec 25, 2020

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What is the Higgs Boson (God Particle)

...if it precisely matches the predictions of the Standard Model of particle physics. If the Higgs boson deviates from the model, it may...

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SciTechDaily - Dec 25, 2020

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The date hunger of is not astronomers and satisfy physicists

...Text: … possible meetgegevens to the largest openings. Look but to the deeltjesfysica, science which investigates to smallest bouwsteentjes…

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De Volkskrant Online - Dec 23, 2020

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Son dakika haberleri | CERN Sergisi Konya Bilim Merkezi'nde

Son dakika haberleri | CERN Sergisi Konya Bilim Merkezi'nde [Additional Text]: Son dakika haberleri | CERN Sergisi Konya Bilim...

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Haberler - Dec 23, 2020

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10 scientists who left us in 2020

WorldLingo Translation Performed - 12/23/2020 5:27 AM Original Language: French Translation Language: English Translated Text: … and the...

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Futura Sciences Online - Dec 23, 2020

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CMS Detector at the Large Hadron Collider Sets New Bounds on the Mass of Leptoquarks

...and other composite particles. Under the Standard Model of particle physics, both leptons and quarks fall into three generations of...

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SciTechDaily - Dec 22, 2020

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CERN scientist to students

...and we should not have been here," she said. It was the large hadron collider at CERN that found evidence of the Higgs Boson, also known...

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Hindustan Times Online - Dec 22, 2020

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CERN: discovery sheds light on the great mystery of why the universe has less 'antimatter' than matter

...for instance by colliding particles in accelerators such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Particles consisting of a quark and an...

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The Conversation UK - Dec 21, 2020

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Exotic hyperons interact with protons at CERN

...Ordan/CERN) Collisions between high-energy protons at the Large Hadron Collider(LHC) at CERN have given physicists a first glimpse at...

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Physics World - Physics World Online - Dec 18, 2020

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Science 2020, the 10 more discovered important of the year: to the first place the vaccine anti-Covid

...Text: … decades of searches and the result has been obtained with the Lhc accelerator of the CERN to Geneva with fundamental the...

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Il Corriere Online - Dec 18, 2020

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The Nobel Prize Jack Steinberger, discoverer of the muon neutrino, is deceased

WorldLingo Translation Performed - 12/18/2020 5:00 AM Original Language: French Translation Language: English Translated Text: Jack Steinberger...

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Futura Sciences Online - Dec 18, 2020

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