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CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, is one of the world’s largest and most respected centres for scientific research. Its business is fundamental physics, finding out what the Universe is made of and how it works.

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    symmetrymagazine.org Scientists already planning for LHC long shutdown | symmetry magazine

    CERN chief: Higgs boson quest could wrap up by midyear Read article

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    mplic.wordpress.com The Large Hadron Collider « MPLIC Reference Highway

    Http://public.web.cern.ch/public/en/LHC/LHC-en.html The European Organization For Nuclear Research offers this web site on the Large Hadron Collider, the particle accelerator that will revolutionize our understanding of atoms and the universe. Read article

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    forum.linearcollider.org Linear Collider Forum: Marlin et al » ConditionsProcessor fails

    Martin Killenberg CERN martin.killenberg@cern.ch Report message to a moderator [ Message index ] ConditionsProcessor fails By: killenberg on Wed, 26 January 2011 12:55 Re: ConditionsProcessor fails By: aplin on Thu, 27 January 2011 06:35 Re: ConditionsProcessor fails By: killenberg on Thu, 27 Jan... Read article

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    theguardian.com Faster than light neutrinos – Q&A | Science | The Guardian

    Scientists at the Opera (Oscillation Project with Emulsion-tRacking Apparatus) experiment in Gran Sasso, Italy, found that beams of neutrinos sent to its detectors from Cern , 730km away in Geneva, arrived earlier than they should have. But they also think that tachyons, if they exist, would hav... Read article

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    liber.library.uu.nl The LIBER Workshops on the “Open Archives Initiative” at CERN, Geneva | Dekeyser | LIBER Quarterly

    However, libraries have not yet reaped large benefits from the OAI's success. Through publishers' "big deals," more commercial journal titles than ever before are accessible, and library budgets are tightly bound to them in long-term contracts. Library customers are growing accustomed to the enor... Read article

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    srce.unizg.hr Srce: Cluster and Grid technologies

    Center for cluster and grid technologies Some of the activities of the Center for cluster and grid technologies are the following: servicing of the computer cluster called "Isabella", servicing of the computer cluster of the DataGrid center for the requirements of the Croatian teams involved in C... Read article

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    blog.oup.com And the Nobel Prize goes to… Higgs and Englert! | OUPblog

    On 4 July 2012 scientists at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider declared that they had discovered a new particle ‘consistent’ with the Higgs boson , with a mass around 133 times that of a proton. Peter Higgs , then aged 83, was sitting in the lecture room at CERN listening attentively to the announceme... Read article

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    sciencenews.org Higgs found | Science News

    “We have now found the last missing cornerstone of the standard model,” said Rolf-Dieter Heuer, CERN’s director-general. “It’s the beginning of a long journey to investigate all the properties of this interesting particle.” The particle’s mass is around 125 billion electron volts, or about 133 ti... Read article

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    worldsciencefestival.com World Science Festival Brian Greene Reacts to Today's CERN Announcement | World Science Festival

    12/13/11 Earlier this morning, CERN made a much-anticipated announcement about its progress in finding the elusive Higgs particle. Below, Brian Greene explains the significance of the news. Brian Greene Reacts to Today’s CERN Announcement This painstaking work, aided by sophisticated computer an... Read article

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    legacy.earlham.edu Peter Suber, Open Access News

    There are 1800 physicists (Including 400 students) participating from more than 150 universities and laboratories in 35 countries.... Comment. Some groups use the term "open access publishing" as a synonym for "open access". But in this case I believe the authors are using the term carefully to r... Read article

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    mpi-hd.mpg.de Stored and Cooled Ions Division - PhD student positions

    Performing experiments in international collaborations at the European Organization for Nuclear Research CERN/Geneva or at GSI/Darmstadt? participating in international summer schools and conferences…? We are searching doctoral students for the new installed working group "Stored and Cooled Ions"... Read article

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    huffingtonpost.co.uk John Worne

    (6) Comments | Posted 25 March 2013 | (23:00) I'm just back from CERN - home, among other things, to the biggest physics experiment on Earth - the Large Hadron Collider - and the invention of the internet by our own Tim Berners Lee. It's quite a place. Much like a campus university; a jumble of b... Read article

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    eu-emi.eu IT Experts - European Middleware Initiative

    EMI is a software platform at the core of Grid middleware distributions used by distributed computing infrastructures worldwide, such as and the Worldwide LHC Computing Grid (WLCG) , supporting the physics research on-going at CERN , and the European Grid Infrastructure (EGI) , sustaining differe... Read article

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    tribecafilminstitute.org Submissions Open For Tribeca Hacks

    You must apply by February 17 to be considered. From March 15-19 in Geneva, Switzerland at the world-renowned CERN , the European Organization for Nuclear Research, filmmakers will be paired with scientists to translate new storylines into innovative technologies. With the collaboration of the Li... Read article

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    physicsbuzz.physicscentral.com Physics Buzz: We've (Almost Certainly) Found the Higgs!

    With the caution typical of enormous scientific collaborations, CERN has announced that two detector groups have found what appears to be the Higgs particle . The New York Times has a nice piece that gives the details . No comments: Latest Articles from Physics Central In a Scientific American es... Read article

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