Perrine Royole-Degieux | 8 January 2015This week we're pleased to present you a rather original message submitted on our Youtube channel to support the ILC project. Featuring P. Q. Hung, Professor of Physics, with the participation of Duong Quoc Dat, Graduate student, both from the University of Virginia, US. You too can contribute (even if you don't sing!) by participating in the #mylinearcollider video campaign.
Category: Video of the week | Tagged: mylinearcollider, song
Perrine Royole-Degieux | 11 December 2014This week we're featuring one of the 435 videos posted on the ILC Youtube channel to support the ILC project. Hasan Padamsee is a physicist at Fermilab, USA. Watch him explain why he thinks whe should build the ILC now! You too can contribute by participating in the #mylinearcollider video campaign.
Category: Video of the week | Tagged: Fermilab, mylinearcollider
16 October 2014The #mylinearcollider campaign continues and the communicators are recording and receiving many various video messages, all in support of the linear collider. Watch a few videos if you need inspiration and, if you think that a video message is a bit too much, why not take a picture of yourself?
Category: Video of the week | Tagged: mylinearcollider
Credit: University of Texas-Arlington | 7 November 2013A nice hand-made animation explains why a linear collider is needed to study the Higgs particle in great detail. Enjoy the description of the ILC machine "and then BOOM... science".
Category: Video of the week | Tagged: animation, ILC animation
10 October 2013The Nobel Prize in Physics 2013 was awarded jointly to François Englert and Peter W. Higgs "for the theoretical discovery of a mechanism that contributes to our understanding of the origin of mass of subatomic particles, and which recently was confirmed through the discovery of the predicted fundamental particle, by the ATLAS and CMS experiments at CERN's Large Hadron Collider"
Category: Video of the week | Tagged: ATLAS, CERN, CMS, Higgs, LHC, Nobel prize
Video: CERN | 26 September 2013Ever wanted a personal tour around the CLIC Test Facility (CTF3)? Then this video is for you. You will follow and listen to Frank Tecker, responsible for CTF3 operations, who will guide you around the scaled-down version of the Compact Linear Collider acceleration principle.
Category: Video of the week | Tagged: CERN, CLIC, CTF3
Rika Takahashi | 22 August 2013The site evaluation committee of Japan, set up under the Japan ILC Strategy Council, will hold a press conference on 23 August 2013, at 9:30 a.m. (Japan Standard Time) to announce the site selected as candidate site for the ILC. The press conference will be streamed live.
Category: Video of the week | Tagged: ILC site, Japan, press conference
Videos: AAA | 11 July 2013Hitoshi Murayama, Deputy Director of the Linear Collider Collaboration, explains the Higgs (in Japanese) in a three-part video series entitled “Universe and matter – the story of the beginning.”
Category: Video of the week | Tagged: Higgs, ILC, outreach, Standard Model
27 June 2013The last issue of LC NewsLine featured the two summary videos from the Asian and the European Technical Design Report handover event. Today we are proud to present part three: the summary of the Americas event that took place at Fermilab and culminated in the handing over of a gift-wrapped set of the report from Barry Barish to Pier Oddone. Relive the baton toss again...and again... and again.
Category: Video of the week | Tagged: handover, TDR, worldwide event