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NASA Honors: Black History Month NASA Honors Black History Month with a tribute to past and present African Americans who have helped shape America's space program.
This video is available for download from NASA's Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_2019_0213_NASA%20Honors%20Black%20History%20Month.html
Discussing Lunar Exploration Plans on This Week @NASA – February 15, 2019 Working with industry to develop new lunar landers, testing resumes with our Space Launch System rocket engine, and after a job well done – the end of the line for one of our Mars rovers … a few of the ...
Erwin Siesling MyWeb30 Erwin Siesling from the ISOLDE experiment at CERN talks about his early experiences with the Web, after joining CERN in 1993.
Tim Berners-Lee invented the Web at CERN for everyone. To celebrate 30 years since his first proposal, share your ...
Francois Flückiger - MyWeb30 François Flückiger:
​​​​​​​A leader of the struggle to promote the Internet in Europe, Francois Flückiger convened in November 1988 the founding meeting that led to the creation of Réseaux IP Européens (RIPE), the nonprofit European organization that conducts the technical ...
Opening of ALICE experiment The massive doors of the ALICE experiment magnet have been just reopened to allow scientists and technicians to work on the detector upgrade. The doors are 16 metres tall and weight 350 tonnes each. This delicate operation was performed in ...
Remembering our Fallen Heroes on This Week @NASA – February 8, 2019 Remembering our fallen heroes, a milestone for our InSight lander on Mars, and, data released on our global temperature … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA!
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A few of my favourite things: #CERNCorridors (episode 7) What did you want to be when you were a child? What’s your favourite technology?
Take a walk through #CERNCorridors where people behind the science (with a bonus surprise special guest appearance) move out of their comfort zone to answer ...
Celebrating Apollo as We Push Forward to the Moon As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo Moon missions, we prepare to take the next giant leap, with sustainable lunar missions that pave the way for eventual journeys beyond.
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NASA at the Big Game No matter what team you’re rooting for, our technology is helping you play the game. Our discoveries off the planet have developed all sorts of equipment on the field — from shock-absorbent foam in helmets to retractable stadium roofs. 🏈 ...
Getting Back to Business on This Week @NASA – February 1, 2019 Getting back to the business of NASA, an update on our Commercial Crew Program, and, our mission to the Sun is in full swing … a few of the stories to tell you about – This Week at NASA!
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NASA 2019: Keeping the Promise In 2019, NASA is once again preparing for human missions to the Moon. We're keeping the promise by developing new systems and spacecraft, making innovations in flight and technology, living and doing science on the International Space Station, and delivering ...
Life and times of #CERNCorridors (episode 6) If you had a time machine, when and where would you go?
Take a walk through #CERNCorridors where people behind the science move out of their comfort zone to answer your interesting, curious and quirky questions.
#CERNCorridors #IWorkatCERN.
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Designing the Future Circular Collider Press release: https://home.cern/news/press-release/accelerators/international-collaboration-publishes-concept-design-post-lhc
A short film about the Future Circular Collider study for a post-LHC large-scale research facility in particle physics. The film highlights the importance of continue exploring the fundamental questions about the universe and shows the importance of ...
Season’s Greetings from NASA 2018 On December 24, 1968, Apollo 8 arrived at the Moon and began orbital insertion. The Apollo spacecraft flew most of the way to the Moon sideways,pointed toward celestial “north” for guidance purposes.
NASA astronauts Frank Borman, James Lovell, William Anders ...
Apollo 8: Around The Moon and Back 50 years ago, three NASA astronauts embarked on a journey that would take them “Round the moon and back”. The Apollo 8 mission proved the performance of the command and service module. This historic mission launched on December 21, 1968 ...
CERN highlights from 2018 Highlights of the year at CERN, with numerous physics results, new technologies and much more.
Whether you’re passionate about science or simply curious, young or not so young, interested in technology or in international cooperation, 2018 had some wonderful surprises ...
BEAMLINE FOR SCHOOLS 2019 | CERN The Beamline for Schools #BL4S Competition is intended for high-school students from around the world and offers to use a fully equipped beam line to run the students' proposed experiments.
📝 Pre-register now and submit your proposal until 31 March ...
NASA Explorers: Final Approach In the pre-dawn hours of a late October day, a satellite and an airplane joined forces over the frigid Weddell Sea, taking simultaneous measurements of drifting sea ice. It was the culmination of more than a decade of planning, designing ...
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine Highlights Moon and Mars Exploration In this episode of “Watch this Space,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine discusses NASA’s recent selection of U.S. companies to potentially deliver science payloads to the lunar surface. He also visits the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California, where he discusses the ...
NASA Begins America’s New Moon to Mars Exploration Approach in 2018 - The Year @NASA With our Moon to Mars effort underway, a new administrator takes over to lead the charge, and – oh yeah – we stuck another nearly flawless landing on Mars! All that and more as we look back at what happened ...
The Life and Death of a Planetary System How are stars and planets born? What happens to its planets when a star dies? At our Exoplanets website, come along on an epic interstellar journey, billions of years long, through the life and death of a planetary system: https://exoplanets.nasa.gov/life-and-death/intro/
Venture Class Rockets First Class Flights for CubeSats For years, tiny CubeSat satellites could only fly into space as hitchhikers, riding along with larger, primary payloads. Now, thanks to Venture Class Launch Services, these small packages of big science are getting their own rides into space on dedicated ...
NASA Explorers: The Launch It’s 5 a.m. on a normal September day and #NASAExplorers have gathered in a California field to watch a rocket launch light up the pre-dawn sky. On board the rocket is a satellite more than 10 years in the making, ...
Scam You: Christmas edition Don’t let fake products ruin your festive fun! Christmas might finish with a bang if you don’t buy real. Beware of unrecognisable sellers and make sure that the website/store is genuine.
See advice from the IPO to shop safely online: ...
ARIES, an H2020 project How can accelerator technology improve our everyday lives? The H2020 project ARIES aims to provide the answers: https://aries.web.cern.ch
#ARIESProjectEU #CERN #CERNKT #ARIES
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Directors: Paola Catapano (CERN), Jennifer Toes (Eurofins)
Editor: Christoph Martin Madsen (CERN)
Introducing ALPHA-g, a new experiment to measure the effect of gravity on antimatter ALPHA spokesperson, Jeffrey Hangst, at the Antiproton Decelerator hall at CERN, explains the new ALPHA-g setup in the run-up to the start of the experiment.
Read more: https://home.web.cern.ch/about/updates/2018/11/new-antimatter-gravity-experiments-begin-cern
National Inclusion Week Autism is a condition that affects 1 in 100 people in the UK.
For National Inclusion Week, Patent Examiner Fraser Stewart tells us how he came to work for the IPO, how he's adjusted to the working environment and what ...
Case study: Backstage Tales Irina, the founder and CEO of Backstage Tales, explains her online fashion magazine and why an understanding of IP is vital in the fashion industry.
The IPO have a number of resources to help you understand and protect your IP. ...
Case Study: PHE Dr April Roberts and Professor S.S. Vasan, from Public Health England, are talking about 2 antibody based therapies to combat the “hospital superbug” Clostridium difficile. Understanding the IP helps to identify patents and IP rights throughout the development process.
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Case Study: Fit 2 Trip Simon, the founder and CEO of Fit 2 Trip, explains his travel insurance company and how an understanding of IP, at the right time, is pivotal to a business.
The IPO have a number of resources to help you understand ...