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Machine translates brainwaves into sentences Scientists have taken a step forward in their ability to decode what a person is saying just by looking at their brainwaves when they speak.
Peacock spiders show more of their colours A new batch of these ostentatiously coloured and popular arachnids is described in Australia.
10 years ago, the first high-energy collisions at the LHC. 🍾 #OnThisDay, exactly 10 years ago, the Large Hadron Collider – CERN’s flagship accelerator – embarked on its high-energy voyage.
🖥 Relive the moments leading up to the first high-energy collisions at the LHC.
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'Virus-fighting' scientist gets magnets stuck in nose The astrophysicist was trying to create a necklace which would stop people touching their faces.
Antarctica prompts questions that matter The BBC's Justin Rowlatt found a visit to Antarctica made him emotional, and ultimately hopeful.
Rewinding 65 Million Years - Christmas Lectures with Simon Conway Morris Simon Conway Morris turns back the block 65 million years to find out how the configuration of the continents has changed.
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Simon Conway Morris gave the 1996 Christmas Lectures "The History ...
Coronavirus: OneWeb blames pandemic for collapse OneWeb, the high-profile London-based satellite start-up, files for bankruptcy protection in the US.
Heirloom plants: Saving the nation's seeds from extinction The incredible history of the UK's heirloom plants and why they're set to make a comeback.
Coronavirus: Lockdowns continue to suppress European pollution New data confirms the improvement in air quality over Europe - a by-product of the coronavirus crisis.
Rescuing The Hubble Space Telescope - with Kathryn D. Sullivan Have you ever wondered about what life on a space satellite must really be like? And how hard it must be to make repairs if things go wrong?
Kathryn’s book ‘Handprints on Hubble’ is available now:
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Bringing Dinosaurs Back To Life - Christmas Lectures with Simon Conway Morris Simon Conway Morris shows what the world would have looked like when ancient animals like the Brachiosaurus were alive.
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Simon Conway Morris gave the 1996 Christmas Lectures "The History Of Our ...
Can All The Universes Fit In The Multiverse? - with Sean Carroll Getting your head around the implications of the many worlds theory can be an almost incomprehensible task.
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In this short clip from the Q&A following his talk on quantum mechanics, theoretical physicist Sean Carroll ...
My life as a particle physicist (in American Sign Language) Particle physicist Giordon Stark describes his life as a Deaf physicist working for the ATLAS experiment at CERN. Below is a transcript.
(Please note that while he was a graduate student at the time the video was recorded, Giordon has ...
LIVE CAREERS AT CERN Taking you behind the scenes of Careers@CERN: find out more about opportunities in a unique place to work.
Join us live on LinkedIn, Friday 14th February 3pm CEST and meet Rachel Bray, #CERNAlumni Community Manager at CERN.
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A new cosmic data-taking era begins for the AMS experiment Relive the drama of four complex spacewalks to replace the entire cooling system of the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer, AMS, a unique cosmic-ray detector, assembled at CERN.
With ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano returning to Earth on 6 February, AMS scientists based ...
What is X-Ray Crystallography? For millennia, humans have wondered about how the building blocks of the universe fit together. In the 20th century the science of X-ray crystallography revealed our molecular world at a level previously unimaginable, far beyond the limits of the microscope.
CERN highlights from 2019 Relive 2019 at CERN, from engineering and accelerator milestones to particle physics results and much more.
This video will take you on a journey through key moments of 2019 at CERN. Enjoy!

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