Educational Resources

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Relive the action of the upgrade of the ALICE Time Projection Chamber during the Long Shutdown 2 in 2020.
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Watch an immersive experience in 360° from the underground CMS Experiment cavern to watch an international team of scientists, engineers and technicians insert precious pieces of newly developed technology.
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Walk through CERN's accelerator chain with this extensive network of 360 ° panorama photos.
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Explore the ATLAS Experiment at CERN in this 360° guided tour with particle physicist Dr. Sascha Mehlhase!
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Watch an immersive experience in 360° from the LHC upgrade in 2019.
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Build a 3D printed Laserlab, with which you can experiment in the realms of Special Relativity and General Relativity as well as Quantum Physics.
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Build a fully functional model of a LINAC to demonstrate how charged particles can be accelerated in oscillating electric fields.
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Build a 3D printed quadropole ion trap and trap electrically charged macroscopic particles such as cinnamon of lycopodium spores.
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Build particle systems from quarks using this 3D printed quark puzzle.
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Build a 3D printed setup to perform scattering experiments.
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Learn about the link between a balloon hovercraft and the CMS particle detector, in this short video by the CERN-Solvay Education Programme.
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Learn about the link between a cardboard spectroscope and antimatter research, in this short video by the CERN-Solvay Education Programme.
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introduce the ATLAS detector in your classroom by building a functional 3D-printed model of its toroidal magnet.
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Learn about the link between a leaky bottle and the ATLAS particle detector, in this short video by the CERN-Solvay Education Programme.
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Learn about the link between a rainbow in a box and the ATLAS detector, in this short video by Solvay and CERN.
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Learn about the Quark-Gluon Plasma that the ALICE experiment is looking at with this fun cartoon!
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Learn about the link between an iron screw and CERN electromagnets, in this short video by the CERN-Solvay Education Programme.
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Learn about different aspects of the ATLAS detector, from its various detector components to the search for the Higgs boson.
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Build a model of the toroidal ATLAS magnet system using simple materials or a 3D printer.
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Analyse real proton-proton collision data from the LHC!
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Explore CERN built within the game platform Minecraft.
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Explore how air is able to help us lift heavy things by reduction friction.
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Introduce dark matter in your classroom with this fun new approach using jelly lenses.
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Immerse yourself in this augmented reality application which tells the story of our Universe.
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Dive into the fascinating world of bubble chambers and analyse tracks of high-energy particles in your classroom.
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Learn about the history and future of CERN.
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Get some quick facts about CERN.
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Visit the LHC and the CMS experiment with this virtual reality clip.
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Live the challenge of analysing petabytes of data with more than half a million processor cores and go to places few persons are allowed.
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Build your own cloud chamber with everyday material and make observations.
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Discover how the CMS detector is identifying particles with these fun colouring activities.
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With this fun comic book, learn about how the CMS detector was made, its main parts, and what scientists hope to find using this complex tool.
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Visualise in your browser collision data recorded by the CMS detector.
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Enjoy free-to-download colouring books by the ATLAS collaboration, and learn about particle physics and the ATLAS experiment.
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Learn about dark matter using jelly lenses.
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Follow a proton at CERN on its adventure from the hydrogen bottle to the LHC!
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Help saving our virtual patient using PET (Positron-Emission-Tomography)!
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Build your own particle detector and distinguish between different particle types.
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Learning unit to introduce 12 year-olds to the subatomic structure of matter.
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Learn about the link between fridge magnets and the LHC, in this short video by the CERN-Solvay Education Programme.
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Walk through all the CERN sites on the surface and some of its emblematic facilities.
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" Create your own version of the famous ""Guess Who"" game with these fundamental particle cards. "
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Bring nature of science in your classroom by discussing the discovery of the Higgs boson and experimenting with mystery boxes.
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Learn about the High-Luminosity LHC with this CERN brochure.
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Introduce the subatomic structure of matter to young students.
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Introduce the LHC in your classroom with the help of this paper, which links principal components of the LHC to topics in physics curricula.
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Teach radioactivity to your classroom by using probability theory.
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Discuss in your classroom one of the most famous formulas in physics, the standard model Langrangian.
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Learn how a particle detector works and help physicists find Higgs bosons!
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Learn about the LHC, its detectors, and the physics behind it.
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Experiment with different types of mystery boxes to learn about different aspects of nature of science.
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Learn everything about CERN through its official Youtube Channel!
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Learn about the ALICE experiment, its physics objectives and the people involved in its research through the official ALICE Youtube Channel
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Learn about the ATLAS experiment, its physics objectives and the people involved in its research through the official ATLAS Youtube Channel
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Learn about the CMS experiment, its physics objectives and the people involved in its research through the official CMS Youtube Channel.
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Learn about the LHCb experiment, its physics objectives and the people involved in its research through the official LHCb Youtube Channel
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Learn about one scientific topic useful to CERN scientists and engineers in each 20-30 minute long video.
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Learn about the link between paper rings and resonant cavities, in this short video by the CERN-Solvay Education Programme.
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Join us as 'particle detectives' to explore particles and their interactions, from molecules to CERN.
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Take the personality quiz to find out which particle fits you best.
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Explore how balls interact with a hidden structure to develop a scientific model.
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Learn about the different states of matter with a fun science show in French.
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Learn about the different states of matter by experimenting with everyday material.
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Learn about the Higgs boson and the Brout-Englert-Higgs mechanism, with this brochure from the ATLAS experiment.
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Learn about the discovery of the Higgs boson, starting from the role of particle accelerators and ending on the graphs that allow us to "see" the particle.
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Explore the nature of science by building LEGO mystery boxes and challenging your students to solve the puzzle.
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Identify tracks of subatomic particles from their ‘signatures’ in bubble chamber photos together with your students.
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Browse through a collection of YouTube videos related to the physics, engineering, applications, and people of CERN.
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Learn about the link between water shrinking and the LHC, in this short video by the CERN-Solvay Education Programme.
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