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Meet AMBER  

Meet AMBER
The next-generation successor of the COMPASS experiment will measure fundamental properties of the proton and its relatives
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LS2 Report: CERN’s oldest accelerator awakens
The Proton Synchrotron accelerated its first beam on 4 March after a comprehensive two-year overhaul
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59 new hadrons and counting
Over the past 10 years, the LHC has found more than 50 new particles called hadrons
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The Crowd4SDG consortium promotes citizen science aimed at achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, focusing on climate action
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The ATLAS collaboration welcomes new management this month, with Andreas Hoecker (CERN) taking the lead as Spokesperson for the experiment
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The 2020 ATLAS Outstanding Achievement Awards and Thesis Awards were presented on 11 February
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About 70% of the emails received by CERN are of the malicious kind
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Ombud's corner

We’ve been living through the ups and downs of the pandemic for almost a year now. During this time, as a counterbalance to the worry and despondency, we’ve seen witty exchanges proliferate on the internet and in our ...

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A word from Mike Lamont

CERN’s accelerators at the dawn of a new mandate

Beam is back in the injectors after a stunning effort in Long Shutdown 2 under difficult circumstances. Linac4 is now fully operational and delivering beam to the downstream accelerators. The LHC Injectors Upgrade (LIU) leaves the injectors with many new systems and improvements, and the first benefits are already visible ...

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