As this CERN engineer develops the world’s most powerful magnets, scientists follow along on ResearchGate

How one of our 15 million members uses ResearchGate to advance science.

 



One of the countless reasons scientists log in to ResearchGate is to follow real-time updates on scientific progress they can’t get anywhere else. Some of those updates come from Glyn Kirby, an engineer at CERN. Physicists at the world-famous particle accelerator lab are working to solve the mystery of how the universe is made. Glyn and his colleagues provide the particle beam they need to do that.

To move particles through the accelerator, the next generation of particle physics will require magnets stronger than any that exist today. So Glyn and his team are making them. And because he shares regular updates on ResearchGate, scientists around the world can follow along every step of the way.

 



ResearchGate helps scientists stay on top of the latest in research from peers they trust. Teams around the world are following Glyn’s work on ResearchGate.

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