3D dipole integration at the Large Hadron Collider

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The ALMA observatory

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A bright light for science

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Realising fusion electricity by 2050

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Electron acceleration in super-conducting cavities

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The ILL High Flux nuclear reactor

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Key plans for the next two years of the LHC
Key plans for the next two years of the LHC Letizia Diamante ldiamant Mon, 12/10/2018 - 13:33
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CERN10 Dec 2018

Computer model to predict prostate cancer progress
The model is currently being implemented at a prostate cancer clinic in Germany. The researchers have also found the enzyme that appears to trigger ... read more
EMBL10 Dec 2018

Smart silicon
Technology image of the week: multiple integrated circuits destined for the brains of Europe’s future space missions ... read more
ESA12 Dec 2018

Dancing with the Enemy
While testing a new subsystem on the SPHERE planet-hunting instrument on ESO’s Very Large Telescope, astronomers were able to capture dramatic details of the ... read more
ESO12 Dec 2018

No beam for a while. #SeeUin2020
Today, 10 December 2018, marks a key date in the history of the ESRF. Thirty years after the signature of the ESRF Convention, the ... read more
ESRF10 Dec 2018

Hanseatic research network funded
3.6 million Euro for life-science project HALOS ... read more
European XFEL12 Dec 2018