When culture, education and science meet the public
In the Universe of Particles exhibition, explore the questions CERN physicists are trying to answer: given that the entire universe is made of particles, where do they come from? Why do they behave in the way they do?
A film festival featuring screenings, workshops, entertainment, meet-and-greets, short films and debates - all inspired by science!
Every 4-5 years, during a "long shutdown", CERN opens its doors to the public for two special days at the heart of one of the world’s largest particle-physics laboratories.
To celebrate Girls in ICT Day, CERN organises each year at the Globe a day of robotics and computing workshops for girls aged 6 to 14, tutored by CERN mentors.
Three days of workshops for kids and pupils aged 10 to 18, around scientific and technological kits.
"Job Shadowing" internships are possible at CERN for secondary students , if this forms an obligatory part of their school programme.
Discover other activities, events, museums, online resources, etc. to learn more about science in the surrounding area.