physics

Now Even Science Grants Must Bow to ‘Equity and Inclusion’

America’s largest research funder in physical sciences isn’t the National Aeronautics and Space Administration or the National Science Foundation. It’s the Energy Department’s Office of Science, which gives money to university programs throughout the country and oversees the 10 major national laboratories, from Livermore to Los Alamos. Its brief includes energy and research into fundamental …

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“Image Capital”: a new exhibition featuring CERN science and history

“Image Capital”, an artistic project by Armin Linke and Estelle Blaschke, explores the history and the present of photography as information technology. CERN and its community have supported the research for the project, which was coordinated by Arts at CERN through Armin Linke’s participation in the Guest Artists programme. Image Capital takes the form of …

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CERN to take part in the Fête de la science in Ferney-Voltaire and Saint-Genis-Pouilly

CERN will host a stand at the Village des sciences et de la biodiversité in Ferney-Voltaire on 15 October   The 31st edition of the Fête de la science is back with a bang in the Ain department, with this year’s theme the topical issue of climate change. Across several events taking place in October, …

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