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Last tango in mid-air for CMS

TheYE-1 end-cap is the last CMS component to wave goodbye to the green grass of Cessy and plunge into the depths of the CMS cavern, bringing to an end a procession of spectacular descents lasting 15 months. See the video at the end of the article! >>

The master craftsmen of the electronics world

At the forefront of the development of electronic modules, the DEM group provides continuous support for the engineers and technicians of the LHC experiments. >>

CERN Open Days The LHC demystified!

Lots of surprises are being planned for the CERN Open Days scheduled for 5 and 6 April (see 21 January edition of the Bulletin). >>

A bit of the LHC in the mairies

As partners in the Organization’s Open Days, the communes will be given a present that is very symbolic of CERN. >>

Anthony (Tony) ROBERTS 5 March 1948 – 16 January 2008

Tony came from Netherton, a small town near Birmingham in the English West Midlands, where he grew up with his parents, who ran the local grocery store, "T. >>

Prime-Minister of Malta visits CERN

The Prime-Minister of Malta, Dr Lawrence Gonzi, visited CERN and met Director-General, Robert Aymar, on 10 January. >>

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