Linz/Geneva, 14 January 2014. CERN1 data analysis will be the inspiration for the third Prix Ars Electronica2 Collide @ CERN, which was today awarded to the Japanese artist, Ryoji Ikeda3, who lives and works in Paris.
Geneva 5 December 2013. After intense preparations and consensus building, CERN1 has today confirmed that the SCOAP3 Open Access publishing initiative will start on 1 January 2014. With the support of partners in 24 countries2, a vast fraction of scientific articles in the field of High-Energy Physics will become Open Access at no cost for any author: everyone will be able to read them; authors will retain copyright; and generous licenses will enable wide re-use of this information.
Geneva, 26 November 2013. CERN1, the City and The Republic and Canton of Geneva announce today the 2014 open competition for the Collide @ CERN Geneva artist in residency award2. The form of art for 2014 will be music, which has a special affinity with physics.
Geneva, 25 October 2013. CERN1, along with Peter Higgs and François Englert, will today receive the Prince of Asturias Award for “the theoretical prediction and experimental detection of the Higgs boson.” CERN Director General Rolf Heuer will accept the prestigious prize on behalf of the Laboratory during a ceremony at Oviedo’s Campoamor Theatre in Spain.
Geneva, 22 October 2013. CERN is launching Accelerate @ CERN, its new country specific one month research award for artists who have never had a longer stay at a science laboratory before. It is the sister strand of CERN1's successful flagship artists residency programme, Collide @ CERN2. Both are part of Arts @ CERN, which was initiated by CERN’s Cultural Policy, Great Arts for Great Science in 20113.