CERN in the media from 22/02/2021 to 28/02/2021

Mar 05, 2021

Dear all, 

Please find below the media monitoring report from 22 to 28 February. These press cuttings have been selected amongst 737 articles identified by our media monitoring system.
The media update published on the 5th February about the CLOUD experiment was still covered by multiple German and US outlets. Science Daily covered the experimental study undertaken at CLEAR following a publication on Nature Communications Physics and is about a radiotherapy technique which 'paints' tumours by targeting them precisely, and avoiding harming healthy tissue.
Radio Télévision Suisse has published an article about the “proximeters”: CERN’s innovative solution against coronavirus. CERN's heating transfer to homes in Ferney-Voltaire was still covered by local media.
A few media covered CERN’s submissions of Open Hardware License (OHL) family of licenses for consideration to the Open Source Initiative (OSI). Multiple media mentioned CERN and Tim Berners-Lee on February 26 on the occasion of the 30 years of web browsing. MSN UK included Higgs boson decay in the top space stories of the month. A few media published the new cooperation agreement between CERN and Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), KTU students will be able to participate in the Challenge-Based Innovation program organized by CERN’s IdeaSquare unit. Multiple Greek media covered the “Scientists for one day” masterclass that will present the use of Natural Science in Medical Therapy to more than 15,000 students.
We wish you a good weekend!
Kind regards,
The Alumni Relations and Press Team


The top space stories of the month!

...The scientists did their work using two detectors at CERN's Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland, the world's largest and most powerful...



MSN UK - Feb 28, 2021

Audience Reach: 67,151,557

The Arctic Has a Cloud Problem

...says Jasper Kirkby, an experimental physicist at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN. Kirkby leads the Cosmics Leaving...



The Atlantic Online - Feb 27, 2021

Audience Reach: 9,831,080

"Miss distance indicators" to respect the medical distance with the CERN

...Of the “miss distance indicators” to respect the medical distance with the CERN the CERN founds the port of “sensors of proximity”...



Radio Télévision Suisse - Feb 27, 2021

Audience Reach: 706,200

26 February 2021: the first 30 years of navigation on the web

...demonstrated to you and of search. Tim Berners-Lee developed it for the CERN, in language Objective C on the operating system NeXTSTEP,...



Tom's Hardware Italia - Feb 26, 2021

Audience Reach: 927,303

4 new open source licenses

...source practitioners will find it useful. Next, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, CERN, submitted the CERN Open Hardware...

Source - Feb 25, 2021

Audience Reach: 1,224,546

"Scientists for one day" in the Library of Veria with his researchers CERN

...Text: … approach and particularly his important work International Particle PhysicsOutreach Group, IPPOG, that is propagated in the...

Source - Feb 25, 2021

Audience Reach: 658,236

districts heated thanks to the energy of the CERN

...Text: Ferney-Voltaire: districts heated thanks to the energy of the CERN Put in line 24/02/2021 at 18:00 By Coralie Dhenein A network...




Audience Reach: 8,388

High energy radiotherapy could 'paint' tumors to avoid harming healthy tissue

...the use of a purpose-built device. The study was undertaken at the CERN Linear Electron Accelerator for Research (CLEAR) facility, and...



ScienceDaily - Feb 23, 2021

Audience Reach: 2,867,827

New opportunities for KTU students at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research

...for particle physics, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), provides new opportunities for Lithu The Challenge Based...

Source - Feb 23, 2021

Audience Reach: 40,601


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