CERN


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AcronymDefinition
CERNConseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire (French: European Laboratory for Particle Physics; Geneva, Switzerland)
CERNChinese Ecosystem Research Network
CERNOrganisation Européenne pour la Recherche Nucléaire (renamed from Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, but acronym was retained)
CERNCaribbean Environmental Reporters' Network
CERNCitizenship Education Research Network
CERNCommunity Emergency Response Network
CERNChina Education and Research Net
CERNCentral European Research Network
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We have a tremendous amount of data that needs to be managed, and this is rapidly growing," said Alberto Di Meglio, head of CERN openlab.
I feel elated that Pakistan has acquired the status of an Associate member State of CERN and for that July 31, 2015, the day when Government of Pakistan ratified the membership documents will always be remembered as a significant milestone in the scientific history of the country, said Mohammad Naeem.
As an Associate Member of CERN, Pakistan looks forward to benefitting from, and contributing more intensively to, the increasingly innovative and challenging scientific initiatives undertaken at CERN.
CERN openlab, which is now entering its fifth three-year phase, is a unique public-private partnership between CERN and leading ICT companies.
CERN is currently conducting the most advanced experiments in physics, and Qatar becoming a member, will reflect positively on the country's view for the future as well as its concern for research and development.
During the visit the students saw the ATLAS experiment, LHC control centre, the LHC magnet test facility and the control room at CERN for a large anti-matter experiment (AMS) on the International Space Station.
CERN is also using Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation in its
VAR CERN staff celebrating the award and listening to the director of CERN, Rolf Heuer
The world's first website was about the technology itself, according to CERN, allowing early browsers to learn about the new system and create their own web pages.
Read the original statement by CERN marking the technology's release into public domain below.
CERN most recently captured the attention of the world last July, when 50 years of research culminated in the discovery of a new particle consistent with the Higgs boson.
Cypriot nationals are now eligible to apply for positions at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, known as CERN, following the signing of an agreement on October 5, 2012, making Cyprus an associate member of the research centre.