CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Switzerland, grew out of Europe's need for a positive and collaborative scientific effort following the destructive consequences of World War II.
Founded in 1955, its 60th anniversary celebrations pay respect to these origins, proudly adorning each webpage on the CERN site with the phrase “Celebrating 60 years of science for peace.”
Guinness World Records is also celebrating its 60th anniversary book edition this year, and a team of officials headed to CERN to document and honor the people and things that have moved science so vastly forward in the last six decades.
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