— 21 students have won the chance to get behind the wheel of a CERN accelerator beam, to conduct their own experiments.
— 180 projects have been submitted for the 2017 Competition!
— Less tabs, but more information and offers are now on our Website, urging you to discover them.
— CERN's "Students and Educators" website, hosts an article for the first paper published in IOP Science, by the 2014 winning team Dominicus College.
— CERN Beamline for Schools Competition (2017) receives grant from the Motorola Solutions Foundation.
— For the very first time in the competition's history, a paper on BL4S experiment has been published in IOP Science, by the Dominicus College.
— CERN Beamline for Schools Competition (2017) receives grant from the Arconic Foundation.
— You can submit your proposal along with the video by 31 March 2017.
— The two winning teams from UK and Poland conducted their own experiments as real scientists at a fully equipped CERN beamline.
— With an event organized by CERN, supporters met with the winning teams of the BL4S Competition.