2013-11-29, by Antje Behrens
CERN’s surveyors conduct diverse measurements to ensure, for example, accurate positioning of magnets, detectors and other equipment. They do so using techniques such as laser tracking and 3D scanning.
2013-11-29, by Maria Isabel Pe...
Two new wheels of the Resistive Plate Chambers (RPCs) of the muon system are being installed during the LHC’s first Long Shutdown (LS1).
2013-11-27, by Thomas Marriott...
The past two weeks have seen several pivotal steps taken towards achieving some of the key goals for CMS during the LHC’s first Long Shutdown (LS1).
2013-11-26, by David Anthony Petyt
Repairs needed to be performed on a region consisting of 75 channels in the positive ECAL endcap, which had been inoperable since 2009.
2013-11-18, by Jesus Puerta Pelayo
Early in the morning on 22 October, I grabbed my laptop and safety helmet and took the elevator 30 storeys underground to the CMS experimental cavern.
2013-11-15, by Achintya Rao
CMS is taking its first steps in making up to half of its data accessible to the public, in accordance with its policy for data preservation, re-use and open access.
2013-10-22, by Anonymous (not verified)
Special mention to ATLAS and CMS experiments for confirming existence of the BEH mechanism by discovering a Higgs boson
2013-10-16, by Alexey Finkel
One otherwise unremarkable day, the meeting of the CMS group at the University of Minnesota Physics Department took an unexpected, yet not entirely uncommon, detour to the pages of the web.
2013-09-20, by Anonymous (not verified)
Guido Tonelli, CMS Spokesperson during 2010–2011, was awarded the prestigious Enrico Fermi Prize of the Italian Physics Society, along with other LHC scientists from Italy.
2013-09-19, by Anonymous (not verified)
Collide @ CERN and Swiss choreographer Gilles Jobin are working in collaboration with the CMS experiment at CERN, which
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