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Flory

Technician in CERN's Cryolab

"CERN is a fascinating place with brilliant people who, if you want, will to help you grow."

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Heeral Bhatt

Technical Studentship – Mechanical Engineering

"I hope to stay at CERN and have made my fourth application here for the junior fellowship programme."

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CERN, CHUV and THERYQ join forces for a world first in cancer radiotherapy

CERN, CHUV and THERYQ have signed an agreement for the development of a revolutionary FLASH radiotherapy device.

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Higgs10: Ten things we’ve learned about the Higgs boson in the past ten years

Since its discovery in 2012, the Higgs boson has become one of the most powerful tools to probe our understanding of nature and, with that, examine some of the biggest open questions in physics today. But what have we physicists learned about the particle in the past ten years?

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