In a doctoral thesis supervised by Prof. Alain Blondel University of Geneva , the Belgian-born scientist investigated a completely new way to build a particle accelerator. On 5 February , an article entitled 'Demonstration of cooling by the Muon Ionization Cooling Experiment' was published in the science magazine 'Nature'. At the core of the scientific publication is the idea of a novel accelerator ring for elementary particles. Up to now, physicists have mainly used protons and electrons in particle accelerators and related experiments. In principle, however, all charged particles are suitable for such experiments, because they can all be accelerated in a magnetic field. For example, muons could be used instead of electrons.
6. Annonce d'arrivée à Genève pour les détenteurs de carte de légitimation
Portail des membres. Ennovent and WWF Switzerland are pleased to announce the winners of the Tropical Forest Challenge in two categories, company and startup. Launched in May , the WWF Switzerland Tropical Forest Challenge is a global initiative managed by Ennovent on behalf of WWF Switzerland to discover the best for-profit enterprises from around the world that have a positive impact on the conservation of tropical forest biodiversity. These Challenge rewards are important as many early-stage entrepreneurs face resource gaps — such as networks and training — that inhibit their ability to scale high potential ventures. Runa is an innovative Ecuador-based organization creating US markets for guayusa, a rich tasting naturally caffeinated tea sustainably grown by indigenous farmers.
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