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computer network consisting of a collection of internet sites that offer text and graphics and sound and animation resources through the hypertext transfer protocol


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Consequently, CERN has a plan to productize the EOS system, in order to facilitate easy data access and use by external contributors.
As Rodrigo Sierra Moral, Project Manager of the Communication Systems group of the CERN IT department, explains, We were facing a significant technological and logistical challenge.
The Pakistani maestro desired to see Pakistanis excel in sciences especially Physics, he said adding that CERN is world's supreme body of scientific research based in Geneva, Switzerland.
The agreement took effect upon submission of the instrument of ratification on Friday (31 July 2015) by Ambassador Zamir Akram, Permanent Representative of Pakistan in Geneva, to DG CERN.
This partnership aims to help CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, to better manage and store the 100 petabytes of data the Large Hadron Collider has generated to date, as well as the additional two to three petabytes of information it produces on a monthly basis in its quest to further humanity's understanding of the universe.
He said: "My trip to CERN allowed me to experiment some of the most advanced physics in our era.
Student Cameron McAllister said: "Seeing CERN was an amazing experience.
In an announcement, CERN said that the reliability and high
VAR CERN building where Peter Higgs discovered the boson
On 30 April 1993, CERN published the first statement on the web allowing it to be publically accessible free of charge.
In comparison to 1993, according to CERN "Twenty years on there are an estimated 630 million websites online.
Run by its 20 member states, CERN is a beacon of international cooperation, facilitating and fostering the contact and exchange between scientists, laboratories and institutes across the globe.
The largest research centre of its kind, CERN, is calling on Cypriot students and graduates to apply for positions at the Geneva-based centre, with at least two reserved places guaranteed for Cypriot applicants.
Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) scholarship students Abdulla Abdulaziz Alhajri and Ali Ibrahim Al Nuaimi will undertake internships at CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research in Geneva, Switzerland.
Emirati students Abdullah Abdul Aziz Al Hajiri and Ali Ebrahim Al Nuaimi will undertake internships this summer at CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research in Geneva, Switzerland.