Science&Art@School is a project to inspire young students with the cooperation of science and art through a two-day interdisciplinary workshop. Day one: The workshop starts with an introduction to modern physics with emphasis upon particle physics. Day two: the focus point is contemporary art reflecting upon science.
At the end of the workshop the students‘ artwork installation is presented during a public vernissage.
More information: http://scienceartschool.web.cern.ch
On November 21st, the Carinthian Hands-On Science Center EXPI has invited the public to join in for this year's Open Day. A crowd of about one hundred enthusiasts seized the opportunity, and the last seat of the lecture hall was occupied when Prof. DI Winfried Kernbichler from the Technical University in Graz delivered a popular lecture about fusion energy.
A few weeks ago , the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences decided to award this years Nobel Prize for Physics to Peter Higgs and François Englert . Our colleague Chiara Mariotti from the University of Turino reminded us in her seminar "How we found the Higgs Boson," of the thrilling days leading to the discovery.
The Institute of High Energy Physics (HEPHY) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences congratulates particle physicists François Englert and Peter Higgs on being awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize for physics. Peter Higgs as well as Francois Englert together with Robert Brout, who died in 2011, developed the so-called "Brout-Englert-Higgs" theory.