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SCOAP3 Open Access Initiative launched at CERN

Geneva, 1 October 2012. Representatives from the science funding agencies and library communities of 29 countries are meeting at CERN1 today to launch the SCOAP32 Open Access initiative. Open Access revolutionizes the traditional scientific publishing model with scientific papers being made freely available to all, and publishers paid directly for their indispensable peer-review services to the community.

CERN’s first artistic residency reaches a conclusion

Geneva, 19 September 2012. Winner of the Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN1 award and CERN2’s  first artist in residence, Julius von Bismarck3, will present his work Versuch unter Kreisen’, at the closing lecture of his residency at CERN on 25 September. This follows von Bismarck’s two-month stay at CERN earlier in the year, where he paired up with physicist James Wells, followed by a month at Ars Electronica4 to conclude his residency.

LHC experiments bring new insight into matter of the primordial universe

Geneva, 13 August 2012. Experiments using heavy ions at CERN1’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) are advancing understanding of the primordial universe. The ALICE, ATLAS and CMS collaborations have made new measurements of the kind of matter that probably existed in the first instants of the universe. They will present their latest results at the Quark Matter 2012 conference, which starts today in Washington DC.


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