3D dipole integration at the Large Hadron Collider

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Nerves relaying information from the skin

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To realise Europe’s ambitions in space

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The ALMA observatory

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A bright light for science

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Realising fusion electricity

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Electron acceleration in super-conducting cavities

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The ILL High Flux nuclear reactor

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Developers revive first Web browser at week-long hackathon
Developers revive first Web browser at week-long hackathon Achintya Rao achintya Fri, 02/15/2019 - 16:19 The team working to resurrect the first ... read more
CERN15 Feb 2019

Cell death trigger in tuberculosis bacteria
Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the top ten causes of death worldwide. In 2017, 10 million people around the world fell ill with TB ... read more
EMBL18 Feb 2019

Interactive space simulation for nanosatellites
Pioneer partner Open Cosmos are taking mission development to a new dimension, using a virtual reality-like simulation that replicates life in orbit for ... read more
ESA19 Feb 2019

Bubbles of Brand New Stars
This dazzling region of newly-forming stars in the Large Magellanic Cloud (LMC) was captured by the Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer instrument (MUSE) on ESO’s ... read more
ESO06 Feb 2019

The smallest skeletons in the marine world observed in 3D by synchrotron techniques
Coccolithophores are microscopic marine algae that use carbon dioxide to grow and release carbon dioxide when they create their miniature calcite shells. Scientists have ... read more
ESRF14 Feb 2019

Collaboration started with local schools
A chance to explore job opportunities at research organisations ... read more
European XFEL05 Feb 2019