3D dipole integration at the Large Hadron Collider

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Electron acceleration in super-conducting cavities

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Why precision luminosity measurements matter
Why precision luminosity measurements matter Piotr Traczyk abelchio Wed, 05/12/2021 - 17:31 The ATLAS and CMS experiments at the Large Hadron Collider ... read more
CERN12 May 2021

Shaping the future of structural biology and X-ray imaging at EMBL Hamburg
EMBL Hamburg’s beamlines for structural biology are located at PETRA III, the synchrotron storage ring operated by the Deutsche Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY). PETRA III ... read more
EMBL12 May 2021

Week in images: 10 – 14 May 2021
Week in images: 10 - 14 May 2021 Discover our week through the lens ... read more
ESA14 May 2021

New telescope at ESO’s La Silla joins effort to protect Earth from risky asteroids
Part of the world-wide effort to scan and identify near-Earth objects, the European Space Agency’s Test-Bed Telescope 2 (TBT2), a technology demonstrator hosted at ... read more
ESO27 Apr 2021

#EBSstories Tackling a deadly cardiovascular disease
A deadly condition that starts as a tear in the aorta has been reproduced on ID17 by scientists from the École de Mines de ... read more
ESRF06 May 2021

Hungary’s secret to growing top fusion talent
Young fusion researchers shine in student competition. ... read more
EUROfusion11 May 2021

A shortcut to promising high-density materials
Using so-called diamond-anvil cells at the X-ray laser European XFEL, researchers discovered a new, faster route to produce iron nitrides, promising candidates for high-density ... read more
European XFEL14 May 2021