European Laboratory for Particle Physics; formerly called European Organization for Nuclear Research: an international research organization based in Geneva, Switzerland.
Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire; an organization of European states with a centre in Geneva for research in high-energy particle physics, now called the European Laboratory for Particle Physics
An acronym for French words meaning European Center for Nuclear Research. Supported by a consortium of European countries, CERN is an advanced scientific research institute in Geneva, Switzerland. It is one of the premier locations for particle physics research.
Note: After the year 2007, CERN will be the location of the world’s largest particle accelerator.
The European Laboratory for Particle Physics in Swizerland.
Tim Berners-Lee invented the World-Wide Web while working at CERN.
Other notable computing developments at CERN include ADAMO, Application Software Installation Server, CERNLIB, cfortran.h, CHEOPS, CICERO, Cortex, EMDIR, HBOOK, LIGHT, NFT, PATCHY, PL-11, Schoonschip, SHIFT, and ZEBRA.
CERN Home (http://cern.ch/).
French Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire (European Organization for Nuclear Research, now known as the European Laboratory for Particle Physics)
Eugene Andrew, born 1934, U.S. astronaut.
a city in SW Ukraine, on the Prut River: formerly in Romania. noun the Romanian name for Chernovtsy
library The CERN Program Library. (2004-09-01)
Luis [loo-ees] /luˈis/ (Show IPA), 1902–63, Spanish poet, in England after 1939. noun Luis (lwiʃ). 1902–63, Spanish poet. His major work is the autobiographical Reality and Desire (1936–64)