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Open Days – The final countdown

In only a few days CERN will open its doors to everyone! Thousands of volunteers are working very hard so that your visit will be both mind-boggling and fun. Where is the coldest place in the Universe? How can you move 30 tonne magnets with sub-millimetre precision? Why do you need huge detectors to look at the infinitely small? There’s only one way to find the answers: Come to CERN! >>

A word from the DG: The home straight

On 14 July 1989, the first beam was injected into CERN’s new flagship particle accelerator, LEP, with first collisions coming one month later. >>

Swedish Government Minister at CERN

The Swedish Minister for Higher Education and Research recently visited CERN. >>

Giving start-ups a helping hand

The French-Swiss foundation for research and technology (FFSRT) joined forces with CERN to organise an information day on setting up new businesses, at the Globe of Science and Innovation. >>

Official News

Standing Concertation Committee  
Extension of the progressive retirement programme  
Governing Board of the Pension Fund  

Training and Development

Language training: French training  
CERN Technical Training 2008: Learning for the LHC! FLUKA Workshop 2008: 23-27 June 2008  
CERN Technical Training 2008: Learning for the LHC! SECRETS OF A SUCCESSFUL WEBSITE  
CERN Technical Training: available Places in forthcoming Courses   

General Information

To all members of the personnel  
New timetable for a Regular morning and evening shuttle  
Communication from ST Group  
Swiss legislation on dog ownership  

Staff Association

Other activities  
Social and cultural activities  
General Assembly  



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