3D dipole integration at the Large Hadron Collider

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News from our members

An exabyte of disk storage at CERN
An exabyte of disk storage at CERN CERN’s data store has now crossed the remarkable capacity threshold of one exabyte, meaning that CERN ... read more
CERN27 Sep 2023

mRNA nanomedicines scoops Nobel Prize in Physiology or medicine
Katalin Karikó and Drew Weissman have been awarded the 2023 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discoveries concerning nucleoside base modifications ... read more
EMBL02 Oct 2023

Vega’s ESTCube-2 tether to the future
Estonia’s next satellite will fly aboard Europe’s Vega VV23 launcher later this week. While largely designed and built by undergraduate students, the ... read more
ESA03 Oct 2023

Furthest ever detection of a galaxy’s magnetic field
Using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA), astronomers have detected the magnetic field of a galaxy so far away that its light has taken ... read more
ESO06 Sep 2023

Trilobite’s last meal revealed by synchrotron microtomography
The gut contents of a 465 million-year-old fossilised trilobite were imaged at the ESRF using synchrotron microtomography technique. The results, published in Nature, shed ... read more
ESRF28 Sep 2023

JET DTE3 Video on Water Activation Experiments
Join fusion physicist Rosaria Villari from the ENEA Frascati centre in Italy in this video about the EUROfusion experiments she is heading on water ... read more
EUROfusion20 Sep 2023

Milestone for novel atomic clock
Experiment at European XFEL shows possible route to substantially increased precision time measurement ... read more
European XFEL27 Sep 2023

Making our impact known
This brochure highlights the impact of neutron science enabled by the world's most intense neutron beams and state-of-the-art scientific infrastructure at the ILL. ... read more
ILL20 Jun 2023