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At CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, physicists and engineers are using the world's largest and most complex scientific instruments to study the fundamental structure of the universe. Read more »

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CERN recruit students across a range of computing and engineering disciplines.
The convention establishing CERN was ratified on 29 September 1954 by 12 countries in Western Europe.
The name CERN is derived from the acronym for the French "Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire".
The World Wide Web, invented at CERN in 1989 by British scientist Tim Berners-Lee, has grown to revolutionise communications worldwide.

Ross, Cryogenics Process Operator

"To others out there, I would say working at CERN is fun and exciting, don’t be deterred: if you think your skills match a job that is advertised, apply and try! You never know."

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Michal, Technical Engineer in Electronics

Czech Republic

"What’s great is that people are always excited and passionate about what they do, which can be unusual when compared with other industries."

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Working at CERN means learning something new every single day: meet...

We are always the toughest judge of ourselves. Do not let the opportunity to apply for a CERN position pass you by, just because you think “I am not up to the task”. Give yourself a chance; you might be surprised by the outcome.

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New measurement of particle’s lifetime intrigues physicists

A new measurement of one of a particle’s properties can sometimes throw up a value that, intriguingly, is very different from previous values.

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