Arts at CERN announces the winners of the Collide awards

Particle detectors meet canvas

CERN experiment sees hints of a rare kaon decay

Beams are back in the LHC

“Humpty Dumpty” particle discovered

A new era of precision for antimatter research

First LHC test collisions of 2018

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Sunday, May 27, 2018

Arts at CERN pioneers new ways of bringing together artists and scientists, leads the conversation about art and science, and supports artistic creativity and curiosity towards fundamental research. Artists from all


Slotting a painting into the X-ray scanner, which will analyse it at a high


NA62 experiment in CERN's North Area. (Image: NA62/CERN)


View of the LHC in 2018, before the restart of the accelerato. (Image: Maximilien


The LHCb experiment has discovered the “Humpty Dumpty” particle, predicted by theorists more than


A test collision recorded by the CMS experiment on 12 April 2018. The CMS


ALPHA experiment (Image: Maximilien Brice/CERN)


The Super Proton Synchrotron (SPS), CERN’s second-largest accelerator. (Image: Julien Ordan/CERN)


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