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1 What's quantum computing? CERN's new free online course offers you the answer
2 CERN explores the universe with the help of Kubernetes and the Cloud Native Computing Foundation
3 Why the Web Spreads Information and Misinformation Equally Well
4 Quantum computing roadmap for solving scientific challenges
5 Physics students and professors help upgrade important piece of the global nuclear experiment
6 Applications Open for 2021 CERN openlab Summer Student Programme
7 CERN makes bold push to build €21-billion supercollider
8 October: FABRIC | News and features
9 Mare Plasticum
10 CERN Offers Free 7-Week Online Course on Quantum Computing, Open for All
11 European physicists boldly take small step toward 100-kilometer-long atom smasher
12 CERN Hosting Online Introductory Lectures on Quantum Computing Beginning Nov. 6
13 Greater Geneva Bern Area Announces Launch of Cybersecurity Initiative
14 New artists for Simetría residency at CERN and ALMA-ESO
15 Morocco: Nuclear Research
16 Five DESY projects to receive €48M from EU innovation funds
17 Parlt committee: CERN membership to open up new opportunities for Estonia
18 Scientific discovery must be redefined. Quantum and AI can help
19 AMD highlights technology for HPC and scientific research
20 AMD EPYC Processors, Instinct MI100 Accelerator Redefine Performance
21 CERN Scientific Team Develops Transportable 'Antimatter Trap'
22 CERN scientists want to build an electron-positron collider that’s a whopping 62 miles in circumference
23 With to-do list checked off, U.S. physicists ask, 'What's next?'
24 Fun, physics and the God particle: a tour of Cern, Switzerland
25 CERN Plans New Particle Collider 30 Times More Powerful Than LHC
26 European Particle Physicists Look to Next Energy Frontier
27 How Intel Is Helping CERN to Unlock the Biggest Mysteries in Science
28 Major step for Kiwi 3-D body scanner that could revolutionise medicine
29 UM Physicists Upgrade CERN's Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland
30 Physics
31 Best secure email providers of 2020
32 The Future of CERN's Large Hadron Collider For Humanity: a Necessity or a Waste?
33 CERN physics lab developing basic COVID-19 ventilator
34 Boğaziçi University cooperates with Swiss CERN on collider
35 Tracing the growth of the World Wide Web
36 DOST chief eyes PH-Switzerland research collaborations
37 Swisscom Ventures invests in AR start-up Creal
38 3D color scanner invented by Otago Professor to be tested in large-scale international clinical trial
39 Next-generation LHC: CERN lays out plans for €21-billion supercollider
40 Buzz Blog
41 Exotic tetraquark: CERN physicists discover novel particle
42 CERN wants to build massive super-collider to unlock secrets about fabric of reality
43 CERN, SKAO, GÉANT and PRACE to Collaborate on High-Performance Computing
44 European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) – Election of Ursula Bassler (28.09.18)
45 Europe officially sets its sights on a giant LHC successor
46 Scientists 'at the bleeding edge' with upgrade to CMS detector
47 Vectorspace AI & CERN Create Natural Language Processing (NLP) Datasets in Particle Physics with Applications in Artificial Intelligence (AI) for Every Industry
48 NA62 experiment at CERN reports first evidence for ultra-rare process that could lead to new physics
49 CERN and the LHC experiments' computing resources in the global research effort against COVID-19
50 Particle physicists hash out long-term strategy for Europe
51 CMS upgrade will shine light on Higgs boson | Cornell Chronicle
52 FACT CHECK: Why Lord Shiva's Natraj Statue Is Installed At The European Nuclear Research Facility?
53 European physicists unveil plans for a particle collider that would be longer than the Panama Canal
54 CERN releases fifth batch of open data recorded from Large Hadron Collider experiment
55 Agree to disagree on plans for the next European supercollider
56 CERN throws 10,000 CPU cores at Folding@home coronavirus simulation project
57 CERN searches for next CEO
58 What the European Union can learn from CERN about international co-operation
59 The Week of January 20, 2020
60 Flexible oxygen and moisture analysis for industrial gas ...
61 Frontera Assists CERN Proton Experiments
62 Massive Machines Search for Smallest Pieces of Universe
63 European Organization for Nuclear Research to start assessing Latvia's readiness for associated membership
64 What's Antimatter Anyway And Why Is It So Elusive? : Short Wave
65 Elizabeth Ruddy's dance with physics and a world of possibilities
66 Cambridge Quantum Computing Announces New Quantum Technology Collaboration With CERN
67 Watch again: Behind-the-scenes look at CERN, the world's largest particle physics laboratory
68 CERN to tackle the greatest dark matter: Why any of us exist
69 CERN: We're ditching Facebook Workplace. Here's why
70 CERN increases network capacity for cutting edge of research
71 CERN drops Facebook's Slack competitor, citing privacy issues and low usage
72 CERN Joins Folding@home's Crowdsourced Computing Battle Against COVID-19
73 CERN takes on Covid-19
74 Huge Machines Search for Smallest Pieces of Universe
75 Paragraf and CERN to demonstrate new graphene sensor
76 Cern scientist: 'Physics built by men
77 Statement by UN Human Rights Experts Universal access to vaccines is essential for prevention and containment of COVID-19 around the world
78 July: CERN physics breakthrough | News and features
79 Culture recommendations: November 16-22 | News
80 European physicists create Antimatter to discover more about Big Bang
81 Argonne and CERN Explore Long-Held Mystery in Nuclear Physics
82 Argonne and CERN weigh in on the origin of heavy elements
83 Carleton Experimental Physicists Design and Validate New Technology for CERN's High Luminosity Large Hadron Collider
84 Dundee Uni experts develop robot to work inside Large Hadron Collider
85 Physics: Collision movie with upgraded particle detector at CERN
86 Plans for world's next major particle collider stuck in limbo
87 High-school teams from Switzerland and Germany win CERN Beamline for Schools competition
88 CERN lab on the hunt for dark matter
89 Updated: Labs go quiet as researchers brace for long-term coronavirus disruptions
90 Dark mysteries probed in Cern’s largest-ever machine
91 Future machines to explore new frontiers in particle physics
92 CERN – Geneva, Switzerland
93 Heavy atom spills its guts in decade-long experiment
94 CERN's Newest Accelerator Awakens: Linac 4 Has Taken Over As the First Accelerator in LHC Injection Chain
95 In decision certain to draw fire, journal will publish heavily criticized paper on gender differences in physics
96 Fault Lines in Humanity
97 CERN Is Seeking Secrets of the Universe, or Maybe Opening the Portals of Hell
98 Partnership with CERN
99 At the Large Hadron Collider, a peek at the future of science
100 Author Nick Huntley's new book “Cern: Satan's Playground” is a heady blend of quantum physics and global conspiracy in a riveting thriller for science-savvy readers