CMS Experiment opened for the Long Shutdown1, March 2013. Photo credit: M.Hoch
Dear friends, welcome to the first edition of the new CMS monthly newsletter. We would like to thank all collaborators who contributed to the CMS Times, published between 2006 – 2012. It served well in providing information during the construction period of the CMS detector and the successful start of data collection. All articles can still be found in the archive.
After a long break, the CMS Communications team is back with a new regular publication aimed primarily at our collaborators but also at other interested parties. Each issue will be published monthly and will comprise a selection of articles that appear on the front page of the public website (cmsexperiment.web.cern.ch).
We are now in the middle of the first Long Shutdown 1 (LS1) and the CMS cavern is busy with sub-system upgrades and maintenance work. This issue features articles explaining some of the work being done, as well as a summary of activities from the Point 5 experimental site.
You can also read about some of the ongoing activities within CMS to raise the awareness, particularly of young people, of the cutting-edge research being done by our physicists and engineers. Read about a virtual tour of the CMS experimental cavern for Spanish students and the CMS data that have been made public for education and outreach purposes.
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We wish you all the best during the coming holiday period and a successful start to 2014!
With kind regards,
The CMS Communications Team