Geneva, 19 August. The next edition of the CinéGlobe International Short Film Festival will take place the 16-20th of February 2010 at CERN1 near Geneva, Switzerland. Filmmakers are invited to submit their work to one of three competitions:
Press releases August 2009
Geneva, 6 August 2009. CERN's1 Large Hadron Collider will initially run at an energy of 3.5 TeV per beam when it starts up in November this year. This news comes after all tests on the machine's high-current electrical connections were completed last week, indicating that no further repairs are necessary for safe running.
"We've selected 3.5 TeV to start," said CERN's Director General, Rolf Heuer, "because it allows the LHC operators to gain experience of running the machine safely while opening up a new discovery region for the experiments."