Interactions.org Newsdigest 18 Dec 2013
-- CESAR, CERN''s Ancestor To Large Hadron Collider, Was Turned On 50 Years Ago Today --''Rocker'' physicist knows his neutrinos -- Collider: a gimmicky look at the LHC -- Viewpoint: Ups and Downs in the Search for Dark Matter -- Nanoscale friction: High energy losses in the vicinity of charge densi...
Newswire: 12 Dec 2013 - CERN - CERN to admit Israel as first new Member State since 1999
Geneva, 12 December 2013. Following a resolution unanimously adopted at today''s 169th session of the CERN Council, CERN is set to admit Israel as the Organization''s 21st Member State. Israeli Membership will be effective from the date on which Israel formally notifies UNESCO that it has ratified t...
Interactions.org Newsdigest 12 Dec 2013
-- The Center of European Nuclear Research (CERN) to vote on Israeli membership -- Scientists Discover a Jewel at the Heart of Quantum Physics -- Simulations back up theory that Universe is a hologram -- Spinning Trap Measures ''Roundness'' of an Electron
Interactions.org Newsdigest 10 Dec 2013
-- Physics becomes entertainment at Fermilab -- New neutrino cooling theory changes understanding of neutron stars'' surfaces -- Stupid Is the New Black -- The dark universe is a ''puzzle with missing pieces'' -- Scientists hunting particle that could explain the universe -- Inside CERN''s $10 billi...
Newswire: 5 Dec 2013 - CERN - Open Access publishing initiative, SCOAP3, to start on 1 January 2014
Geneva 5 December 2013. After intense preparations and consensus building,CERN* has today confirmed that the SCOAP3 Open Access publishing initiative will start on 1 January 2014. With the support of partners in 24 countries**, a vast fraction of scientific articles in the field of High-Energy Physi...
Interactions.org Newsdigest 5 Dec 2013
-- What''s dark matter? Find out about the new frontiers of physics --Latest from ATLAS: Higgs Boson Behaves Just the Way it Should -- High-Energy Neutrinos Detected in Antarctica -- Catching Dark Matter Red Handed
Newswire: 5 Dec 2013 - INFN - The European Physical Society celebrates ADA, the world''s first particle-antiparticle accelerator
The ADA Storage Ring is being celebrated today at the Frascati National Laboratory of the INFN. Built in 1961, it revolutionised particle physics. Now, half a century later, some 30,000 accelerators are in operation, including the massive LHC in Geneva.
Interactions.org Newsdigest 2 Dec 2013
-- Higgs boson''s decay confirms physics model works -- CERN scientists to look for antigravity -- Yes, but what are neutrinos for? -- Use of ancient lead in modern physics experiments ignites debate -- Lecture on particle physics -- Israeli professor named vice-president of particle accelerator pro...
Newswire: 26 Nov 2013 - CERN - The Music of Physics - Third open competition, Collide@CERN Geneva 2014 award announced
Geneva, 26 November 2013. CERN*, the City and The Republic and Canton of Geneva announce today the 2014 open competition for the Collide@CERN Geneva artist in residency award**. The form of art for 2014 will be music, which has a special affinity with physics.
Interactions.org Newsdigest 26 Nov 2013Stories 1 - 10 of 447
-- X-ray tests: Night at the collider -- A Nobel pursuit: NIU STEM Caf? will explain importance of finding mysterious Higgs boson -- Searching for Cosmic Accelerators Via IceCube -- Step Into The Large Hadron Collider At The Science Museum -- 5 most incredible discoveries of the week -- Unprecedente...