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HL-LHC radiation protection robot passes first in-cavern test with flying colours   

HL-LHC radiation protection robot passes first in-cavern test with flying colours
The CERN CRANEbot successfully handled a vacuum module in the CMS cavern without the need for human intervention in a decisive test for the HL-LHC project
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CERN Service Desk: At your service for ten years now
The CERN Service Desk has been around for a decade: time to take stock!
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CERN lays the foundations for collaboration with Bosnia and Herzegovina through International Cooperation Agreement
The Minister of Civil Affairs of Bosnia and Herzegovina joined the ceremony to sign the cooperation agreement via videoconference on 16 February
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A short update on the Five-Yearly Review process before its planned conclusion in December 2021
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Black Quantum Futurism wins this year’s Collide residency award
Arts at CERN selected the Black Quantum Futurism collective to complete an artistic residency between CERN in Geneva and Barcelona
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AEgIS on track to test free fall of antimatter
New technique for producing antihydrogen atoms is important milestone for measuring influence of gravity on antimatter
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When you have confidential data to protect, a strong, long, complex and complicated password is a must
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Opinions

The Finance and Human Resources sector is gearing up to tackle the huge challenges that face CERN in the years ahead, against a unique political, economic and social backdrop
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Ombud's corner

King Solomon was unable to reach a verdict in a conflict between two women, both of whom claimed to be the mother of a newborn child, so he ordered that the child be cut in two, knowing that the woman ...

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