Please find below the media monitoring report from 26 July to 1 August. These press cuttings have been selected amongst 686 articles identified by our media monitoring system.
Fabiola Gianotti was mentioned by a few outlets as she was awarded the prize « Lucca Classica 2021 ».
LHCb experiment’s last results on mesons were covered again by a few outlets. The Beamline For School competition was also well-covered again this week, particularly by hispanophone media.
Christophe Delamare, deputy head of the HSE-unit, was interviewed by Geneva Solutions about the gradual return to the office. Tech postdoctoral student Zahra Farazpay talked to the Ruston Daily Leader about how she earned an opportunity to work with CERN from this fall.
Other mentions include the discovery of a new exotic hadron by the LHCb experiment, ATLAS’s first observation of WWW production, CERN and IBM’s new partnership, the collaboration of a Latvian artist with CERN, and the passing of Nobel Prize Winner Steven Weinberg. CERN was also mentioned by articles celebrating the World Wide Web day.
We wish you a very nice week !
The Press Team