Welsh artists visit ALICE

by Panos Charitos. Published: 14 October 2013

Mark Bowden and Owen Sheers, visit ALICE and get inspiration for “The Creation Project” that has been commissioned to Mark by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.

University of Liverpool joins ALICE

by Marielle Chartier. Published: 14 October 2013


The University of Liverpool joined the ALICE collaboration in July 2013. The group is at the moment formed of four scientists: the team leader, Marielle Chartier (Reader at the University), two postdoctoral research assistants, Marcel Figueredo and Rossella Romita (who joined the Liverpool Nuclear Physics group within the last year) and Jaime Norman, who just started his PhD.

Out now: the new CERN app for iOS and Androids

by Panos Charitos. Published: 14 October 2013

The SFT and the Education Group at CERN have joined forces to create a new application for CERN. The application gives to the users real time information on the status of the LHC and live event displays from the four experiments: ALICE, ATLAS, CMS and LHCb. The team that works on developing this application is planning to include information about all CERN experiments and bring to them the latest news and results.

Workshop on Heavy Flavor Correlations in Nuclear Collisions

by Panos Charitos. Published: 15 October 2013

In the beginning of October, a workshop on heavy flavor correlations in nuclear collisions was held by the Institute of Physics and Technology in Bergen, a town located on the west coast of Norway. The workshop aimed to build an exchange platform for theorists and experimentalists working in the domain of heavy-flavor correlations in nuclear collisions in order to explore the potentials and challenges of heavy-flavor correlation observables from proton-proton to heavy-ion collisions.

A souvenir from ALICE

by Panos Charitos. Published: 16 October 2013

“A long time ago - and yet perhaps it wasn't such a very long time ago“…that’s how many traditionally told stories start and it could be the opening for the story of Varvakeio’s High School visit to ALICE.

The Open Days 2013

by Lucile HERVET . Published: 18 October 2013

During the CERN Open Days more than 4000 people visited ALICE, discussed with scientists and learned more about the detectors and the physics questions that the experiment is trying to address.

New items at the ALICE shop

by Lucile HERVET . Published: 18 October 2013

The ALICE shop expanded for the Open Days that took place on the 28 and 29 September. Visitors and collaboration members have discovered the new items of the shop. In addition to the mugs, books, magnets or paperweights let you be tempted by the new T-shirts, the 2014 calendar, the caps and the neckbands. Stamped with the new ALICE logo, the items will not leave you indifferent.

The ALICE shop video

No you are not dreaming, the new tee shirts have a physics power… they make you happy.

The Papercraft of ALICE

by Lucile HERVET . Published: 18 October 2013


Designed and made by Tiziano Virgili, the papercraft is a good way for children and adults to discover the ALICE experiment.

Why have you created the papercraft?

At the beginning I had created the papercraft for my personal fun. Then I understood that it could be useful for ALICE. To make the detector and the experiment known to a larger public, in an unusual way.

During the Open Days you had an exhibition stand, did it work well ?

Image of the ALICE detector receives 2nd prize in Open Days photo contest