Exploring Collaboration at CERN

the Atlas experiment control centre for the Large Hadron Collider

In 2022, edQuanta had the privilege of visiting CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, and gaining exclusive access to the operations centre of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). This visit was a pivotal moment for us as we ventured into the heart of cutting-edge science.

Our collaboration with the education group at CERN aims to bridge the gap between hard science and the public. Through strategic partnerships, we are working diligently to make science more accessible and engaging for everyone.

During our visit, we had the unique opportunity to witness the Large Hadron Collider up close, even during its maintenance period when it was temporarily switched off. Exploring the inner workings of this colossal scientific instrument was an awe-inspiring experience that deepened our understanding of the intricate world of particle physics.

In addition to the LHC, we had the privilege of touring the ATLAS project operations centre, where we met with dedicated scientists and professionals working on groundbreaking experiments and research.

This visit marked the beginning of a promising collaboration, as edQuanta is actively involved in an EU-funded project that seeks to bring the wonders of science to a broader audience. Our goal is to inspire a love for science and learning, and CERN’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of human knowledge aligns perfectly with our mission.

Stay tuned for updates on our ongoing partnership with CERN and our dedication to making science more accessible and engaging for people of all backgrounds. Together, we aim to unlock the mysteries of the universe and inspire future generations of scientists and learners.

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