3D dipole integration at the Large Hadron Collider

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Electron acceleration in super-conducting cavities

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CERN launches the Sparks! Serendipity forum
CERN launches the Sparks! Serendipity forum Claudia Marcelloni de Oliveira thortala Mon, 11/30/2020 - 17:05 Sparks! host Bruno Giussani, left, interviews physicists ... read more
CERN30 Nov 2020

Repurposing bioinformatics tools to tackle the pandemic
In March 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Since then, COVID-19 has become overwhelmingly present in our lives, and researchers ... read more
EMBL30 Nov 2020

3D print your own Mars rover with ExoMy
Europe’s Rosalind Franklin ExoMars rover has a younger ’sibling’ – ExoMy. The blueprints and software for this mini-version of the full-size Mars ... read more
ESA30 Nov 2020

Stars and Skulls: new ESO image reveals eerie nebula
This ethereal remnant of a long dead star, nestled in the belly of The Whale, bears an uneasy resemblance to a skull floating through ... read more
ESO30 Oct 2020

An unusual blue jellyfish opens up doors to new fluorescent proteins
A team lead by the University of California San Diego has unveiled the unique properties of fluorescent proteins in an unusual Australian blue jellyfish. ... read more
ESRF30 Nov 2020

Hungarians to develop ITER quenching system
How can you quickly shut down a fusion plasma? Shattering pellets of hydrogen ice may hold the answer. ... read more
EUROfusion27 Nov 2020

DASHH Data Science receives North German Science Award
The graduate school DASHH Data Science in Hamburg - Helmholtz Graduate School for the Structure of Matter has been awarded the North German Science ... read more
European XFEL26 Nov 2020