Science Bringing Nation Together

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CERN
History
Planting the Seed, Collaboration with US, Collaboration with Russia, Getting Together, Famous  Names
CERN and its Machines
General Information, LHC, LEP, ISR
Experiments
DELPHI, L3, NA48, NA4, ATLAS, ALICE, CMS
Particles Physics
ALICE, What's the matter with antimatter?, NA48,
Worldwide Neutrino Web
Information Technologies
From the Web to the Grid, AIS
Collaboration
CERN and INTAS, CERN and ISTC, CERN and IHEP, CERN and JINR
Education
Education and Training, School of High-Energy Physics, Sharing what we know
JINR
History
JINR, Famous Names, Sport and Science
Laboratories
Reactors and Accelerators, Laboratory of Nuclear Reactions, Laboratory of High Energies
Experiments
DELPHI, NA4, NA48, ALICE, ATLAS
Collaboration
CERN and JINR, JINR and Russia, JINR and Belgium
Education
The CERN-JINR Joint Physics Schools, International Scientific School of Excellence
Atoms for Peace
Spin-offs from Research, When Biology & Physics meet

 

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Introduction
This web site presents the poster exhibition, "Science Bringing Nations Together", which has been prepared by the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland, and the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research (JINR) in Dubna, Russia. The exhibition attempts to show how individuals and groups from all over the world have worked towards common scientific goals independently of political differences, often across almost closed borders, and how this has led to mutual understanding and friendship, not only between scientists, but also between nations.

CERN was founded in 1954 and, as one of the first international scientific organizations created, it became a model for those which followed. Shortly afterwards, in 1956, JINR was established to unify nuclear research in the Soviet Union and other socialist republics. Scientific co-operation and collaboration in Particle Physics have stimulated understanding among people of many nations; initially within Europe, more ...

   

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