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German teachers get a taste of ILC R&D

| 23 November 2016 Teachers in the test beam! ILC cavitiy testing and test beam life played a major role at a recent teacher training held at DESY. It was the first time that the German lab invited high school teachers for a week focused on particle physics. Category: Around the World | Tagged: , , , , , , , ,

ILC constructed in Tokyo’s Roppongi area

| 23 November 2016 A not-to-be-missed event in Tokyo this autumn was a 15-metre-long original art work representing the ILC. Designed by famous architect Jo Nagasaka, the exhibition was built with the help of more than 300 students in a traditional Japanese way with rammed earth. In one week, more than 40,000 enthusiastic visitors had the chance discover the ILC project in a unique way. Category: Around the World | Tagged: , ,

ILC introduced with fun at KEK Open House

| 8 September 2016 Many ILC related fun events were offered to the visitors of KEK open house held on 4 September. They must have learned that the ILC is a fun stuff! Category: Image of the week | Tagged: , , ,

What Is Basic Science Good For?

| 12 May 2016 Humans are curious creatures, always trying to make sense of the world around them. Basic science pushed the humankind forward and will continue to do with projects like the LHC and the ILC. Hitoshi Murayama, Deputy Director of the Linear Collider Collaboration and enthusiastic public lecturer explains why. Category: Director's Corner | Tagged: , , , , ,

Survey reveals ILC-related hopes and fears of high school kids

| 25 June 2015 In spring, 1408 high school students answered a survey done by the Oshu International Relations Association. The survey asked whether they had heard about the ILC, what it meant to them and whether they had any worries or expectations. The results are fascinating and will have some influence on how the project will be communicated to locals if it gets approved. Category: Around the World | Tagged: , , , , ,

Building trust and big machines

| 28 May 2015 The Japanese town Kesen-Numa has large expertise in the fishing and port industry, but they have never hosted a major international lab. A delegation recently visited CERN to learn how these labs work, what they need and what benefit they bring to their neighbours. Category: Image of the week | Tagged: , , , , ,

Einstein’s E=mc2 explained in 2 minutes

| 2 April 2015 110 years ago, Albert Einstein published four historical papers... and a very famous equation.For this special birthday, Symmetry Magazine succeded to explain, in a very simple way, how E=mc2, an equation "used" everyday in particle accelerators, has radically changed our way of doing physics. Watch the animation and read also Symmetry Magazine's related article. Category: Video of the week | Tagged:

Register now for a different and fun linear collider meeting

| 8 January 2015 Register now for a new style of Asian regional linear collider workshop, ALCW 2015! ALCW to be held in Tsukuba and Tokyo, Japan. Category: Feature | Tagged: , , , ,

Cool Japan, cool Kitakami

| 17 April 2014 Sushi, anime, manga, Hello Kitty, and Harajuku fashion…Many aspects of Japanese culture are setting to tone of cool and trendy around the world. Japan’s Iwate prefecture released videos entitled “Cool Kitakami” on 8 April. Composed of four themes – Tourism and Culture, Life, Future and International Linear Collider, these videos introduce how cool it will be to live around the expected site for the ILC to a non-Japanese audience. Don't miss them! Category: Feature | Tagged: , , , ,

Ichinoseki-eki: get on board the ILC train!

| 17 April 2014 If you ever come to the Kitakami region and visit the ILC candidate site in Japan, you may well stop or change over at Ichinoseki station (Ichinoseki-eki). Since a few weeks, local people and the visitors can view an ILC booth in the station, providing information about the ILC project and candidate site. Read more... Category: Image of the week | Tagged: , , , ,
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