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CERN : Science Bridging Cultures

Streit-Bianchi, Marilena


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  "description": "<p>This book gives a glimpse of CERN&rsquo;s activities and highlights various lesser-known facets of the Laboratory: facets that are nevertheless essential to carry out research in High Energy Physics. CERN is not only a prime example of excellence in research, technology and innovation, but also a genuine melting pot of diversity of competencies, and of humanity.<br>\nScience and art have creativity and open-ended enquiry as a common denominator. This book shows how these two worlds, once clearly united but now perceived as separate, remain, in fact, manifestations of that same spirit of human enquiry.</p>\n\n<p>Authors: Marilena Streit-Bianchi, Emmanuel Tsesmelis, John Ellis, Lucio Rossi, Ana Henriques Correia and Joao Martins Correia, Frederic Hemmer, Giovanni Anelli, Joao Varela, Arthur I. Miller and Rolf Heuer.</p>\n\n<p>Art work: Davide Angheleddu, Justino Ant&oacute;nio Cardoso, Margarita Cimadevila, Angelo Falciano, Michael Hoch, Karen Panman and Islam Mahmoud Sweity .</p>", 
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