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CERN

 (sûrn)
abbr. French
Organisation Européenne pour la Recherche Nucléaire (European Organization for Nuclear Research)—originally Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire (European Council for Nuclear Research)
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CERN

(sɜːn)
n acronym for
(Atomic Physics) Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire; an organization of European states with a centre in Geneva for research in high-energy particle physics, now called the European Laboratory for Particle Physics
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An afterwards I came upon the whole con- cern wrecked in a bush--man, hammock, groans, blankets, horrors.
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CERN is working to tackle many of these challenges together with ICT industry leaders, through a public private partnership known as 'CERN openlab'.
During the internship, Abdulaziz worked on CERN's large particle detector, the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS), located across the border in France.
According to a press release by CERN on their website, they are looking to use their testing facilities to test and develop technologies for high-energy physics.
The Sri Lankan students were selected on merit by CERN, following a funding arrangement negotiated by the Permanent Mission in Geneva, where CERN provided financial assistance for two students and the National Science Foundation (NSF), Government of Sri Lanka funded two students.
Speaking of her experiences at CERN, Siana said: "Visiting CERN was an amazing experience for a young scientist like me.