Barbara Warmbein | 11 February 2016Remember the ingenious civil engineering tool that British consultancy ARUP has developed for CERN's FCC and that is also being used for site-specific planning of the ILC? That thing where you can play around with shafts, tunnels and rock formations without leaving your desk? It's been shortlisted for a prestigious award, so keep your fingers crossed.
Category: Image of the week | Tagged: ARUP, CERN, civil engineering, FCC, ILC, Kitakami
28 January 2016We often get requests to use the ILC logo from companies and organisations who would like to show their support for the International Linear Collider project. We have a solution: here's the new "We support the ILC" logo, ready for use wherever you please.
Category: Feature | Tagged: Kitakami, logo, support
14 May 2015The people of Iwate prefecture in northern Japan – the potential future home of the ILC – go to great lengths to show their support for the collider project. Banners under cherry blossoms and bumper stickers are just a few of the many examples of visible support – here are a few impressions from a recent visit of the interaction collaboration to the region.
Category: Image of the week | Tagged: community work, ILC site, Japan, Kitakami
Anna Thomas | 5 February 2015Anna Thomas, ILC Internationalization Coordinator working at Oshu City ILC Promotion Division in Japan, presents a series of interview with foreign residents in Iwate on the Oshu ILC website. In the new "Live from Japan" series, she provides a sneak peek at these interviews.
Category: Live from Japan | Tagged: Japan, Kitakami, life, science city
Lyn Evans | 22 January 2015The LCC Directorate is constantly reinforcing its bridges, especially with our Japanese colleagues. At this critical time before the decision whether Japan will offer to host the ILC is taken, they travelled to the designated site to inspect port, roads and discuss with local and national authorities, reports LCC Director Lyn Evans. If the ILC gets built, some real bridges will have to be reinforced so that heavy high-tech can travel from the port to the site.
Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: ILC site, interaction region, Iwate, Japan, Kitakami, MEXT, Miyagi
Barbara Warmbein | 20 February 2014Are you confused yet? Is Kitakami a mountain or a town, a river or a region? What’s “Iwate” and what does it have in common with Sendai? Here’s a glossary to help you understand all those new words and look them up before you go. Oh, and by the way: Kitakami is all of the above and Iwate and Sendai are all in the Tohoku region of Japan…
Category: Feature | Tagged: Ichinoseki, Iwate, Kitakami, Oshu, Tohoku