Open Day '08: the view from the pit

ImageOn 5-6 April, the public was given a rare opportunity to see the biggest machine in the world.

Open Day '08: "How about those black holes?"

ImageThe Open Day gave the ATLAS Collaboration a chance to find out how the public view the LHC.

US student journalists at the LHC and Open Day

ImageAs journalists around the globe prepare for anticipated discoveries at the LHC, six teams of American high school students travelled to CERN as journalists.


ATLAS throws open its doors to the public

Last weekend saw a record number of visitors to CERN, with a total of 76,000 people over two days, 31,000 of whom went underground to view one or more of the experiments and the tunnel. ATLAS eNews reporters were on the ground throughout the weekend, speaking with organisers and volunteers to get the latest on how the event was going.



I guess we were seeing each other more often when we were both working in Germany at different universities! Meet Christian
Schmitt and Lucia Masetti


The full programme of ATLAS events.


All of the latest tutorials archives published by the University of Michigan ATLAS Collaboratory Project are now available.


This week's tip comes from Steve Lloyd:

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