Geneva, 17 December 2004. Speaking at the 131st session of CERN1 Council today, the Organization's Director General, Robert Aymar, confirmed that the top priority is to maintain the goal of starting up CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in 2007.
Press releases 2004
Geneva and Rome, 1 December 2004. In the presence of Minister Letizia Moratti, CERN1 Director General, Robert Aymar has presented the Italian National Institute for Nuclear Physics2 (INFN) with an award to recognize its contributions to developing computational Grids, and its pioneering efforts to establish and promote Grid technology at the national level and in Europe. The award was presented to Roberto Petronzio, President of INFN, during a ceremony that took place in Rome, at the seat of Ministry of Education, University and Research.
Geneva, 14 October 2004. On 19 October, CERN1's 50th anniversary celebrations reach a climax with a ceremony to be attended by Heads of State, along with representatives of the governments of all the Organization's Member States and Observers.
Geneva, 12 October 2004. On 16 October, CERN1 throws open its doors to the world for the most ambitious public open day in the Organization's history. This is one of several events to be held in Geneva in October marking the 50th anniversary of the world's largest particle physics laboratory.
Geneva, 6 October 2004. On 21-23 October 2004, following a proposal from the administration of the Canton of Geneva, CERN1 will host the EnviroInfo 2004 Conference as part of the programme of events celebrating the Organization's 50th anniversary.