Please find below the media monitoring report from 4 October to 10 October 2021. These press cuttings have been selected amongst 732 articles identified by our media monitoring system.
This week's selection includes an article from La Repubblica about the history between Italy and the Nobel Prizes in Physics through the years. Fabiola is mentioned as the first woman to be appointed Director General of CERN and the first person to be reconfirmed for a second term.
The press release on the election of Professor Eliezer Rabinovici as President of CERN Council remains covered by media outlets.
Other mentions include the announcement of the Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi, whose contribution in particle physics helped in understanding the dynamics of proton-proton collisions at the LHC, how the LHC trains its magnets, new protections against deviant particles for the LHC. In a Swissinfo article, written in relation to the GESDA summit held 7-8 October in Geneva, CERN is held up as an example of how science and diplomacy can work together.
We wish you all a good week.
The Press Office.
La diplomatie scientifique a participé au succès du vaccin contre la Covid-19
Source : Swissinfo