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Conseil Europeen Pour La Recherche Nucleaire (CERN)

Definition - What does Conseil Europeen Pour La Recherche Nucleaire (CERN) mean?

The Conseil Europeen Pour La Recherche Nucleaire (CERN) is a European organization dedicated to nuclear research. Located near Geneva on the French-Swiss border, the CERN laboratory maintains cutting-edge projects related to particle physics, and pursues various kinds of atomic testing.

Techopedia explains Conseil Europeen Pour La Recherche Nucleaire (CERN)

A major part of CERN’s contribution to modern research include the construction of large-scale particle accelerators, which allow for more practical research on applied atomic theory.

Although CERN is primarily known for its work in particle physics, CERN members have also made other contributions to modern technology. One is the creation of Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), a prime element of Internet communications. CERN also maintains an environmental monitoring program and provides resources for educators. This renowned institution represents the collective scientific power of the European community and leads global research in key scientific fields.

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