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Relive 2022 at CERN


This year saw the Large Hadron Collider restart and begin its third run for physics, at a record-breaking energy of 13.6 TeV.

As CERN celebrated ten years since the Higgs boson was discovered, experiments produced a wealth of physics results: from the discovery of new exotic particles to surprising antimatter behaviour and much more.

CERN strengthened international collaborations, bringing together experts to discuss quantum technologies and future technology for health, in a year when Brazil signed an agreement to become an Associate Member State. Additional knowledge-sharing initiatives included a world first in cancer radiotherapy, future clean aviation and even the first CERN-driven satellite being launched into space.  

Watch this video and enjoy a visual journey through key moments of 2022!