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The Register
Blighty's EU science funding will remain unchanged until new PM triggers Article 50France (812), some of which are scheduled to end in 2020. Its membership of ot
Blighty's EU science funding will remain unchanged until new PM triggers Article 50
The Register / Posted 5 hours ago
France (812), some of which are scheduled to end in 2020. Its membership of other major scientific organisations including CERN, the largest particle physics laboratory in the world, or the European Space Agency, also remains unchanged as they are... Read more
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PhysOrg
Making astrophysical simulations more accurateplasma using the particle collider, the Large Hadron Collider, at the European
Making astrophysical simulations more accurate
PhysOrg / Posted 5 hours ago
plasma using the particle collider, the Large Hadron Collider, at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). This quark soup consists of quarks that are now free and gluons (which is the particle that binds quarks together to... Read more
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redOrbit
New pear-shaped nucleus could ruin time travel foreverit did until 2013 anyway, when the first pear-shaped nucleus in the isotope Rad
New pear-shaped nucleus could ruin time travel forever
redOrbit / Posted yesterday
it did until 2013 anyway, when the first pear-shaped nucleus in the isotope Radium-224 was discovered by physicists at CERN. "[T]he protons enrich in the bump of the pear and create a specific charge distribution in the nucleus," Marcus Scheck... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Jeff Tallon: Threat of 'Techxit' grim for scienceZealand public will know two of these large collaborative projects well: the Eu
Jeff Tallon: Threat of 'Techxit' grim for science
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
Zealand public will know two of these large collaborative projects well: the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) where the Higgs boson was discovered (Higgs was British), and the European Space Agency (ESA), which in 2014 pulled off... Read more
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metro
Uh-oh - what on Earth is happening at the Large Hadron Collider?Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual, says, ‘‘CERN is linked w
Uh-oh - what on Earth is happening at the Large Hadron Collider?
metro / Posted yesterday
Nigel Watson, author of the UFO Investigations Manual, says, ‘‘CERN is linked with all manner of conspiratorial and apocalyptic fears. Clyde Lewis writing in 2012 on the Ground Zero website notes: ‘Is it just a coincidence that CERN is short for the... Read more
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The New Statesman
Something has to give in Labour's struggle for power. But what?minds in the UK and Europe have combined to work on highly influential projects
Something has to give in Labour's struggle for power. But what?
The New Statesman / Posted 2 days ago
minds in the UK and Europe have combined to work on highly influential projects: the Large Hadron Collider headed by CERN discovered the Higgs Boson particle, the Human Brain Project set itself the gargantuan goal of unravelling the mysteries... Read more
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Daily Star
Is THIS the portal to another dimension? Bizarre clouds spotted over Hadron ColliderThis is the latest conspiracy theory surrounding the CERN Large Hadron Collider
Is THIS the portal to another dimension? Bizarre clouds spotted over Hadron Collider
Daily Star / Posted 2 days ago
This is the latest conspiracy theory surrounding the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Switzerland. The LCH works by testing the way particles smash together and is the largest single machine in the world. Some people believe the LCH could hold... Read more
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express
What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider 'prove portals are opening NEW images of bizarre cloud formations above the CERN Large Hadron Collider (
What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider 'prove portals are opening
express / Posted 3 days ago
NEW images of bizarre cloud formations above the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) could be shock proof the world's biggest experiment is about to tear open a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Making something from nothingthe Standard Model and experiments are carried out at extremely expensive facil
Making something from nothing
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
the Standard Model and experiments are carried out at extremely expensive facilities, such as the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, quantum simulations may be carried out by small groups in tabletop experiments. 'These two approaches complement one... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Young scientists to get experience at world's leading institutionsZeb Barry and Patrick Imrie are to attend the youth science forum and visit the
Young scientists to get experience at world's leading institutions
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Zeb Barry and Patrick Imrie are to attend the youth science forum and visit the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland. The two students would leave on July 27 for the three-week trip. You don't get the kind of... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
From trainspotting to a pink Rolls Royce... 21 things you might now have known about Brian CoxRichard Feynmon the joy of finding things out... 10. He worked with other spec
From trainspotting to a pink Rolls Royce... 21 things you might now have known about Brian Cox
Manchester Evening News / Posted 4 days ago
Richard Feynmon the joy of finding things out... 10. He worked with other specialists at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the scientific research centre in Geneva and the world’s largest particle accelerator. 11. While there, he gave Brass... Read more
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DW
What does Brexit mean for the research community? |there on the basis of a barter-agreement. How will the cooperation continue at
What does Brexit mean for the research community? |
DW / Posted 4 days ago
there on the basis of a barter-agreement. How will the cooperation continue at Europe's larger research Institutions, like CERN? Research institutions like the Center for European Nuclear Research (CERN) have a structure that is international... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Sydney Science Festival 2016 Program AnnouncedA festival highlight, the Collider exhibition will open during the festival, pr
Sydney Science Festival 2016 Program Announced
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 4 days ago
A festival highlight, the Collider exhibition will open during the festival, providing a behind-the-scenes look at the CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) particle physics laboratory in Geneva that houses the Large Hadron... Read more
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examiner.com
Urgent! Rapture Prophecy Update For June 26th, 2016!the EU as world leaders fear it will wreak havoc on the global economy Pressur
Urgent! Rapture Prophecy Update For June 26th, 2016!
examiner.com / Posted 5 days ago
the EU as world leaders fear it will wreak havoc on the global economy Pressure building on the Jerusalem quake fault CERN discovers the mysterious particle X 18 year old woman dies from brain eating amoeba after going on a white water... Read more
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Minot Daily News
Ethel Mae (Pearce) Morrisonto others and her joyful spirit. Even when she dealt with Al- zheimer's dise
Ethel Mae (Pearce) Morrison
Minot Daily News / Posted 5 days ago
to others and her joyful spirit. Even when she dealt with Al- zheimer's disease her joy- ful spirit, singing and con- cern for others continued. In 1994 she moved to Fargo where her son Mark lived; later to Hayward, CA with her son Fred... Read more
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heraldscotland
"I hope we ditch the Scots from the UK. And the Welsh. Then we can just be England. That's what people want - England back."and conducting research. "I work in areas that demand large international colla
"I hope we ditch the Scots from the UK. And the Welsh. Then we can just be England. That's what people want - England back."
heraldscotland / Posted 5 days ago
and conducting research. "I work in areas that demand large international collaborations,” he said. “Places like CERN [the institute that developed the Hadron Collider) are a testament to the achievements of Europeans working together. No... Read more
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Wired News
Here's what Brexit could mean for space science in the UK and beyondand former employee of the ESA. Same goes for the UK’s ability to pay its subs
Here's what Brexit could mean for space science in the UK and beyond
Wired News / Posted 6 days ago
and former employee of the ESA. Same goes for the UK’s ability to pay its subscription for Big Science projects like CERN, the European Southern Observatory, and the Extreme Light Infrastructure. These are places where physicists and... Read more
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Swissinfo
Where does a Brexit leave Brits in Switzerland?of the Vote Leave campaign, British people currently living in Switzerland or i
Where does a Brexit leave Brits in Switzerland?
Swissinfo / Posted 7 days ago
of the Vote Leave campaign, British people currently living in Switzerland or in EU countries should have no cause for concern. “The reason I can say that with such confidence is because of the Vienna Convention, a well-established principle which... Read more
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PhysOrg
Possibility of new particle discovery at LHC fadingapparently starting to lose its buzz over the possibility of the discovery of a
Possibility of new particle discovery at LHC fading
PhysOrg / Posted 7 days ago
apparently starting to lose its buzz over the possibility of the discovery of a new particle by researchers working at the CERN LHC facility near Geneva. As more data is studied, it appears more and more likely that the blip that was seen last... Read more
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The Verge
UK scientists face an uncertain future after Brexit voteUniversity have said that a vote for Brexit would be a "disaster for UK science
UK scientists face an uncertain future after Brexit vote
The Verge / Posted 7 days ago
University have said that a vote for Brexit would be a "disaster for UK science and universities." Much of the concern centers around funding. The EU has budgeted an estimated €120 billion ($134 billion) to directly support research and... Read more
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The Register
Physicists build simulator, hope to stand up beautiful Standard ModelPhysicists have built a quantum simulator to study the Standard Model of partic
Physicists build simulator, hope to stand up beautiful Standard Model
The Register / Posted 8 days ago
Physicists have built a quantum simulator to study the Standard Model of particle physics – a theory concerning the electromagnetic, weak, and strong nuclear interactions, as well as classifying all the subatomic particles known. The simulator... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Antimatter, annihilation and a universe that shouldn't existis by smashing particles together at near light speed in a particle accelerator
Antimatter, annihilation and a universe that shouldn't exist
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 8 days ago
is by smashing particles together at near light speed in a particle accelerator (like the Large Hadron Collider at CERN) and seeing what falls out.Bottom quarks and heavy neutrinos weighed in debate The most straightforward way to end up... Read more
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PhysOrg
Particle zoo in a quantum computer: First experimental quantum simulation of particle physics phenomenaand their properties are described by the Standard Model of particle physics. T
Particle zoo in a quantum computer: First experimental quantum simulation of particle physics phenomena
PhysOrg / Posted 9 days ago
and their properties are described by the Standard Model of particle physics. The discovery of the Higgs boson at the CERN in 2012 constitutes a further step towards the confirmation of the Standard Model. However, many aspects of this theory... Read more
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Canberra Times
Time to STEEM ahead with entrepreneurship(STEEM) subjects, not the more limiting STEM concept that is being overhyped.
Time to STEEM ahead with entrepreneurship
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
(STEEM) subjects, not the more limiting STEM concept that is being overhyped. The Large Hadron particle accelerator at CERN, Switzerland. The Prime Minister, of all people, should understand the importance of linking entrepreneurship and... Read more
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The Economic Times
IT sector feels Brexit will have mixed impact in long termindicates that the impact on India's technology sector may be mixed; clearly ne
IT sector feels Brexit will have mixed impact in long term
The Economic Times / Posted 10 days ago
indicates that the impact on India's technology sector may be mixed; clearly negative in the short term and harder to dis cern in the longer term with either scenario having some positive and some negative points," said the Nasscom. The UK is the... Read more
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Computer Business Review
What is CERN?Derived from the name "Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire", CERN is a
What is CERN?
Computer Business Review / Posted 10 days ago
Derived from the name "Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire", CERN is a European research organisation which boasts the largest particle physics laboratory in the world. Established in 1954 and based in Geneva, CERN's main function is to... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Professor 'not eating shorts' after light speed claimneutrinos had exceeded the universe speed limit – the speed of light. The scie
Professor 'not eating shorts' after light speed claim
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 11 days ago
neutrinos had exceeded the universe speed limit – the speed of light. The science world was in shock when researchers at CERN, the world’s largest particle physics lab, announced they had recorded subatomic particles travelling faster than the... Read more
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PhysOrg
First beam enters unique AWAKE experimentJune 2016 as the first beam of particles are sent through the proton beam line
First beam enters unique AWAKE experiment
PhysOrg / Posted 11 days ago
June 2016 as the first beam of particles are sent through the proton beam line to the AWAKE experiment. Credit: Ans Pardons/CERN For the first time a beam of particles has been sent through the pioneering AWAKE experiment signaling the next stage of... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
The Big 10 with Jeff D'Alessio, June 19, 2016flag lost its meaning to Bengalis, including me, after that." MATTHIAS GROSSE
The Big 10 with Jeff D'Alessio, June 19, 2016
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 12 days ago
flag lost its meaning to Bengalis, including me, after that." MATTHIAS GROSSE PERDEKAMP "Being a graduate student at CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) some 25 years ago, I worked as part of a large team with scientists... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Brian May, Hans Zimmer and Chris Hadfield set to honour Stephen Hawking at science festivalphysics” at a ceremony on June 29. The documentary film Particle Fever, about
Brian May, Hans Zimmer and Chris Hadfield set to honour Stephen Hawking at science festival
Irish Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
physics” at a ceremony on June 29. The documentary film Particle Fever, about physicists at the Large Hadron Collider at Cern, culminating in their discovery of the Higgs boson particle, wins the film award. Physicist and broadcaster Jim... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Composer Hans Zimmer wins Hawking medal for Interstellar workat the Starmus Festival on June 29. The documentary film, Particle Fever, abou
Composer Hans Zimmer wins Hawking medal for Interstellar work
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
at the Starmus Festival on June 29. The documentary film, Particle Fever, about physicists at the Large Hadron Collider at Cern, culminating in their discovery of the Higgs boson particle, wins the film award, while physicist and broadcaster Jim... Read more
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express
Discovery of a FIFTH fundamental force would help unravel mysteries of the universelife in the universe is COMMON but doesn’t last long However, boffins working
Discovery of a FIFTH fundamental force would help unravel mysteries of the universe
express / Posted 15 days ago
life in the universe is COMMON but doesn’t last long However, boffins working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Cern may have discovered a particle heavier than the Higgs boson particle which was discovered at the end of 2016. If the... Read more
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ExtremeTech
Rumors suggest AMD’s Zen servers will pack 32 cores, serious heatin line with overall trends in the microprocessor industry, as well as rumors w
Rumors suggest AMD’s Zen servers will pack 32 cores, serious heat
ExtremeTech / Posted 15 days ago
in line with overall trends in the microprocessor industry, as well as rumors we heard earlier this year courtesy of a CERN presentation. Intel offers a 24-core / 48-thread version of its top-end Xeon hardware, so it’s not hard to believe that... Read more
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birminghammail
Dr Strangelet: The Brum scientist pushing back the frontiers of scienceto turn into strange matter,” said Prof Evans, speaking under a shower of photo
Dr Strangelet: The Brum scientist pushing back the frontiers of science
birminghammail / Posted 16 days ago
to turn into strange matter,” said Prof Evans, speaking under a shower of photons in the sunlit grounds of Restaurant 1 at Cern, the European Centre for Nuclear Research. With a characteristic twinkle, he adds: “Not only would this destroy the... Read more
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Converge! Network Digest
GÉANT Deploys Infinera Cloud Xpress with 100 GbE for DCI ~ Converge! Network DigestJisc, the UK organization for education and research digital services and solut
GÉANT Deploys Infinera Cloud Xpress with 100 GbE for DCI ~ Converge! Network Digest
Converge! Network Digest / Posted 18 days ago
Jisc, the UK organization for education and research digital services and solutions, which enables the Janet network, and CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, to deliver connectivity to their data center in Budapest. The addition... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is there a FIFTH fundamental force?started in April 2016, to collect more data Experts expect confirmation or ref
Is there a FIFTH fundamental force?
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
started in April 2016, to collect more data Experts expect confirmation or refutation of its existence 'very soon' CERN spokesman told MailOnline it is still likely to take weeks The first signs of a particle heavier than the Higgs boson... Read more
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New Kerala
CERN announces winners of its 2016 beamline for schools competition - newkerala.com #76336Geneva, June13 : CERN on Monday announced the winners of its 2016 Beamline for
CERN announces winners of its 2016 beamline for schools competition - newkerala.com #76336
New Kerala / Posted 18 days ago
Geneva, June13 : CERN on Monday announced the winners of its 2016 Beamline for Schools competition. Two teams of high-school students, Pyramid hunters from Poland and Relatively Special from the United Kingdom, have been selected to travel to CERN... Read more
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metro
Noel Edmonds reckons This Morning's Phil and Holly 'stitched him up'said: ‘We don’t understand energy. That’s why we’ve got quantum physics, that’s
Noel Edmonds reckons This Morning's Phil and Holly 'stitched him up'
metro / Posted 19 days ago
said: ‘We don’t understand energy. That’s why we’ve got quantum physics, that’s why we’ve got a bunch of people in CERN (the European Organisation for Nuclear Research) trying to understand it.’ We might stop trying to understand you soon,... Read more
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PhysOrg
Are there antimatter galaxies?completely cut off from regular matter. The ALPHA experiment, one of five exper
Are there antimatter galaxies?
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
completely cut off from regular matter. The ALPHA experiment, one of five experiments that are studying antimatter at CERN Credit: Maximilien Brice/CERN But even those would be detectable by the supernova explosions within them. A normally... Read more
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CircleID
The 5 key Benefits of a Branded Top Level Domain - According to the Brands Themselvesthe domain name industry and actually the first brand that appears is Canon, in
The 5 key Benefits of a Branded Top Level Domain - According to the Brands Themselves
CircleID / Posted 22 days ago
the domain name industry and actually the first brand that appears is Canon, in 57th place, with their press release concerning the launch of dot canon. Further investigation reveals that when it comes to launching their main core websites on a... Read more
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express
Secretive Bilderberg: And you wonder WHY many claim 'Illuminati creating New World Order'Whitby town councillor Simon Parkes had claimed to have stopped "black magic wi
Secretive Bilderberg: And you wonder WHY many claim 'Illuminati creating New World Order'
express / Posted 22 days ago
Whitby town councillor Simon Parkes had claimed to have stopped "black magic wizards from the Illuminati” working at the CERN Large Hadron Collider from opening up a portal to another dimension that would have allowed Satan into our world.Related... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Who will win Euro 2016? Former CERN physicist uses complex algorithm to find outProf. Dr. Michael Feindt, an ex-CERN (the organisation that built the Large Had
Who will win Euro 2016? Former CERN physicist uses complex algorithm to find out
Daily Mirror / Posted 22 days ago
Prof. Dr. Michael Feindt, an ex-CERN (the organisation that built the Large Hadron Collider) physicist has built an algorithm to generate a prediction for the Euros. The algorithm uses every result of every international game ever recorded and was... Read more
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walesonline
Scientist builds algorithm that precisely predicts Wales' Euro 2016 chanceswho have an 11% chance of winning the whole thing, the third best in the tourna
Scientist builds algorithm that precisely predicts Wales' Euro 2016 chances
walesonline / Posted 22 days ago
who have an 11% chance of winning the whole thing, the third best in the tournament. Prof. Dr. Michael Feindt is an ex-CERN (the organisation that built the Large Hadron Collider) physicist, and his algorithm uses every result of every... Read more
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Business Standard India
The World Wide Web's creator is now looking to reinvent itrealisation that companies like Amazon, Facebook and Google have become gatekee
The World Wide Web's creator is now looking to reinvent it
Business Standard India / Posted 22 days ago
realisation that companies like Amazon, Facebook and Google have become gatekeepers to our digital lives have added to concerns. On Tuesday, Berners-Lee and Kahle and others brainstormed at the event, called the Decentralised Web Summit, over new... Read more
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CNBC
He invented the World Wide Web, and now he wants to recreate itof creating the web are a kind of coming-of-age story. Mr. Berners-Lee created
He invented the World Wide Web, and now he wants to recreate it
CNBC / Posted 23 days ago
of creating the web are a kind of coming-of-age story. Mr. Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web while working at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, as a tool for scientists. Today, the web still runs on technologies of... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Noel Edmonds reveals prostate cancer diagnosis as he defends cancer caused by 'negative attitude' tweetsof prostate cancer.” He said: “We don’t understand energy, that’s why we have
Noel Edmonds reveals prostate cancer diagnosis as he defends cancer caused by 'negative attitude' tweets
Irish Examiner / Posted 23 days ago
of prostate cancer.” He said: “We don’t understand energy, that’s why we have quantum physics and a bunch of people in CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) trying to understand it. “The medical profession can’t even define the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tim Berners-Lee’s vision for the internet future revealedremotely 27 years ago, the British computer scientist was working at the Europe
Tim Berners-Lee’s vision for the internet future revealed
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
remotely 27 years ago, the British computer scientist was working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). It was originally designed as a means for scientists to easily find and share information remotely. RELATED... Read more
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The Hindu
India, USA have strong bonds: Obamabusinesspersons. Our agenda will be to expand economic and investment ties. I w
India, USA have strong bonds: Obama
The Hindu / Posted 23 days ago
businesspersons. Our agenda will be to expand economic and investment ties. I will meet Indian scientists working at CERN. India takes pride in their contribution to exploring new frontiers of science in the service of humanity,” he had... Read more
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New Kerala
PM meets Swiss CEOs in Geneva, focus on deepening economic ties - newkerala.com #73336Minister shared the views that the common commitments, values, people-to-people
PM meets Swiss CEOs in Geneva, focus on deepening economic ties - newkerala.com #73336
New Kerala / Posted 25 days ago
Minister shared the views that the common commitments, values, people-to-people and economic ties will take India-Switzerland relations to new heights. A group of Indian scientists and students at CERN also met the Prime Minister in Geneva... Read more
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New Kerala
India provides huge opportunity for Swiss business: newkerala.com #73308business persons. Our agenda will be to expand economic and investment ties. I
India provides huge opportunity for Swiss business: newkerala.com #73308
New Kerala / Posted 25 days ago
business persons. Our agenda will be to expand economic and investment ties. I will meet Indian scientists working at CERN. India takes pride in their contribution to exploring new frontiers of science in the service of humanity," he had... Read more
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