CERN in the media from 11/01/2021 to 17/01/2021

Jan 21, 2011

Dear all, 

Please find below the media monitoring report from 11 to 17 January. These press cuttings have been selected amongst 428 articles identified by our media monitoring system.

The home.cern article on the new way to look for gravitational waves was covered in several outlets. Notable mentions include a Physics World feature on calorimeters, a ScienceDaily
article on neutron stars and studying axions converted into X-rays at CAST, as well as a feature on antimatter in Forbes.

Other mentions include 3D printing for LHCb components, CLOUD, Tim Berners-Lee's plan to reinvent the Web, ALICE detector Lego model and megascale engineering projects.

We wish you a good day!

Kind regards,
The CERN Alumni Relations and Press Team

 

Antimatter Mystery Continues To Perplex Scientists

Particles collision like these in the Large Hadron Collider are helping scientist understand why our ... [+] universe is made of only matter...

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Forbes Online - Jan 11, 2021

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The 'megascale' structures that humans could one day build

...in circumference and converts energy into exotic matter (the Large Hadron Collider). Imagine what Archimedes or Newton would have made of...

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BBC News Online - Jan 14, 2021

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Who is Sir Tim Berners-Lee and when did he invent the world wide web?

...software for printers. Later as a contractor at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) he worked on a project based on the...

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The Sun - The Sun Online - Jan 14, 2021

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Particle physicist Rohini Godbole conferred with French Order of Merit

...in Bengaluru. Best known for her work for the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, Godbole he has been actively involved in...

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Hindustan Times Online - Jan 14, 2021

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How 3D printing is helping CERN scientists upgrade the world's largest machine

...Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). Commonly called the large hadron collider(LHC), the accelerator is a 27-kilometer-long ring in...

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ZDNet - Jan 12, 2021

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A supermassif black hole periodically in eruption producing of stellar crepes?

WorldLingo Translation Performed - 1/14/2021 12:15 PM Original Language: French Translation Language: English Translated Text: ...1980. One...

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Futura Sciences Online - Jan 14, 2021

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Scientists are getting closer in race to find gravitational wave background and dark matter

...are getting closer in race to find gravitational wave background and dark matter By Charles Q. Choi 12 January 2021 Researchers...

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SPACE.com - Jan 13, 2021

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Researchers say they may have found proof of theorized axions, and possibly dark matter, around group of neutron stars

...said he is also excited about ground-based experiments such as CAST at CERN, which operates as a solar telescope to detect axions...

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ScienceDaily - Jan 15, 2021

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How aerosols are formed

...during nucleation in an experimental setting. Even in a famous CERN experiment on cloud formation, the "Cloud" experiment, certain...

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EurekAlert - Jan 14, 2021

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University of Hyderabad Prof Bhawna Gomber selected for Mega Science Vision

...Science Project- the Compact Muon Solenoid Experiment (CMS) at the LHC, CERN for the last 10 years. The UoH is part of two mega-science...

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The Hans India - Jan 13, 2021

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Lucia Silvestris to hunting of the mysteries of the universe: the pugliese ricercatrice at the head of the Italian team to the job on accelerator LHC

WorldLingo Translation Performed - 1/11/2021 12:01 PM Original Language: Italian Translation Language: English Translated Text: … because of...

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Bari la Repubblica.it - Jan 11, 2021

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CERN's new era for calorimeters

Dave Barney explains how the new calorimeter for CERN's CMS experiment will be pivotal to the success of the High-Luminosity Large Hadron...

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Physics World - Physics World Online - Jan 12, 2021

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Father of the Web Tim Berners-Lee prepares 'do-over'

...an event marking 30 years of World Wide Web, on March 12, 2019 at the CERN in Meyrin near Geneva, Switzerland. Fabrice Coffrini/Pool via...

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Reuters - Espana - Online - Jan 12, 2021

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CERN detector as Legomodell copy

...Text: To copy… ALICE with Lego. (Picture: Photographer: Julien Ordan/CERN. Assembly: WWU) 8. January 2021 - The German network of the…

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raumfahrer.net - Jan 12, 2021

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