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Photos: CERN - A tour of the large hadron collider

CERN: Aerial view of the Geneva area

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CERN: Aerial view of the Geneva area

CERN: Aerial view of the Geneva area

A poster showing an aerial view of the Geneva area with the position of the LHC accelerator marked in orange. The bottom half is a simulation of the LHC in its tunnel.

 

This month is the 20th anniversary of the Web, which was invented by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN in March 1989. Berners-Lee worked on a way to share documents between the research communities at CERN. He developed the HTTP and HTML protocols and a web server running on a NeXT Cube Unix workstation, which became the first version of the worldwide web. On March 13 2009, Berners-Lee and fellow Cern colleagues returned to the particle physics centre in Geneva, to celebrate the web's 20th birthday and discuss the future.

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