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CERN's new supercollider will be 8 times more powerful than the LHC, the largest and most powerful in the world. Particle physics research will need a major upgrade to begin exploring that mysterious 95%, made up of dark matter and dark energy. CERN, the European Council for Nuclear Research, is designing a new supercollider called the Future Circular Collider (FCC) to push the boundaries of modern physics research and perhaps discover the true nature of our mostly invisible universe. Together, these two colliders could usher in a new frontier of physics research. Breaking new groundCERN plans to build the 56-mile-long FCC tunnel beneath France and Switzerland, encircling the city of Geneva.
Persons: , Michael Benedikt, Christophe Grojean, Benedikt, Grojean Organizations: Service, CERN, European Council for Nuclear Research, Collider, FCC, hh, CERN CERN, Environmental Locations: Geneva, France, Switzerland
Russian police officers detain a woman during an unsanctioned protest rally against the military invasion on Ukraine, March,6, 2022, in Central Moscow, Russia. These quickly ceased when they saw Russian colleagues in tears, whose life savings had halved overnight. Russian friends began referring to Tbilisi as the "new Constantinople," referencing the city where anti-Bolshevik Russians fleeing the Communist revolution had taken refuge a century before. Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) meets French President Emmanuel Macron (R) on February 07, 2022 in Moscow, Russia. I stood at the glass window silently as the Russian border guard inspected my passport and now useless work permit.
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If you take a multivitamin every day or a vitamin D supplement every now and then, you have Casimir Funk to thank. Born Kazimierz Funk on Feb. 23 in 1884, the Polish-American biochemist introduced the concept of vitamins, which he called "vital amines," according to Google. "In his later research, Funk studied animal hormones and contributed to the knowledge about hormones of the pituitary and sex glands, emphasizing the importance of balance between hormones and vitamins." Funk's family describes him as someone who was a "driven and curious child," according to Google. But Funk was also a family man who valued time with his loved ones, even after becoming well-known for his discoveries, his family told Google.
Persons: Casimir Funk, Kazimierz Funk, Funk Organizations: Google, American Nutrition Association, Nutrition, of Fame, University of Bern, University of Berlin, Pasteur Institute Locations: Polish, American, Europe, Switzerland, Paris, Albany, N.Y
I felt amazing, just unbelievable,” adds Ashwath, who started playing chess when he was just four years old and quickly fell in love with the “really fun” game. Ashwath was then given a chess board and it wasn’t long before he started beating his parents and grandparents. “A world champion,” he says, without hesitation, when asked what he wants to become when he’s older, before adding: “That will be a bit of time. Carleton Lim/Singapore Chess FederationGiven his rapid development as a chess player, Ashwath is unlike most eight-year-olds, but, in many ways, he’s also like any other child his age. Proud parentsWith the help of his parents, Ashwath also streams some of his games and puzzles online and set up a YouTube channel where he has previously showcased his skills.
Persons: Ashwath Kaushik, Poland’s Jacek Stopa, Leonid Ivanovic –, Ashwath, Stopa, “ I’ve,, Rohini Ramachandran, ” Ashwath, I’ve, – Ashwath, , he’s, he's, Carleton Lim, ” Ramachandran, We’ve Organizations: CNN, CNN Sport, Singapore, Federation Locations: Switzerland, Serbian, Ashwath
In 1999, an up-and-coming software engineer in Switzerland was preparing for a conference in France when he learned that the Swiss computer scientist Niklaus Wirth, a pioneer in the field, was also attending and would be on the same flight. The engineer, Kent Beck, had never met Dr. Wirth. But, he recalled in an interview, upon arriving at the airport he told the gate agent: “My colleague Professor Wirth and I are flying together. Among other feats in computer history, Dr. Wirth had created Pascal, an influential programming language in the early days of personal computing. “It was out of character for me to be that bold,” Mr. Beck said of his duplicity, “but I would have regretted it the rest of my life.”
Persons: Niklaus Wirth, Kent Beck, Wirth, , Professor Wirth, Mr, Beck, Taylor Swift, Pascal, Locations: Switzerland, France, Swiss
AdvertisementInterstellar travel is only something humanity has achieved in science fiction — like Star Trek's USS Enterprise, which used antimatter engines to travel across star systems. "Annihilation of antimatter and matter converts mass directly into energy," Weed, cofounder and CEO of Positron Dynamics, a company working to develop an antimatter propulsion system, told Business Insider. Space travel at record speedProxima's star system, shown here, could be reached in just five years with antimatter-powered technology. For example, let's take a trip to our nearest star system, Proxima, about 4.2 light years away. And since the '80s, there's been talk of thermal antimatter engines, which would use antimatter to heat liquid, gas, or plasma to provide thrust.
Persons: Elon Musk, Ryan Weed, Weed, Brice, Maximilien, Gerald Jackson, Forbes, It's, Jackson, he's, Eugen Sänger, there's, Paul M, Sutter, Steve Howe, Howe Organizations: Enterprise, Dynamics, Southern, NASA, CERN, Fermilab, Hbar Technologies, Space, Alpha Locations: Switzerland, Austrian
Palo Alto Networks shares drop most since 2012 IPO
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Nikesh Arora, CEO of Palo Alto Networks, speaks on CNBC's "Squawk Box" at the WEF Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland, on Jan. 16, 2024. Palo Alto Networks shares dropped 28% on Wednesday, the worst trading session since the cybersecurity hardware and software maker's 2012 initial public offering. The company lowered its full-year billings outlook to a range of $10.1 billion to $10.2 billion, from $10.7 billion to $10.8 billion. The revenue guidance moved to a range of $7.95 billion to $8 billion, from $8.15 billion to $8.2 billion. WATCH: Chart of the Day: Palo Alto Networks
Persons: Nikesh Arora, Palo, Wells, Andrew Nowinski, Stefan Schwarz, Arora, — CNBC's Rohan Goswami Organizations: Palo Alto Networks, MGM Resorts, Defense, Systems, Rosenblatt Securities, Palo Alto Locations: Davos, Switzerland, 23andMe, U.S, Palo, billings
At eight years, six months and 11 days, Ashwath Kaushik made history on Sunday by becoming the youngest player ever to beat a chess grandmaster in a classical tournament game. The youngster, who lives in Singapore, achieved the feat after beating Poland’s Jacek Stopa, 37, in round four of the Burgdorfer Stadthaus Open in Switzerland. “It felt really exciting and amazing, and I felt proud of my game and how I played, especially since I was worse at one point but managed to come back from that,” Kaushik told after beating Stopa. Ashwath has earned the attention of some of the chess world's biggest names like Anish Giri. Every day is a new discovery, and we sometimes stumble in search of the right pathway for him,” his father, Kaushik Sriram, told
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She embarked on her first traveling teaching role seven years ago. Lucy Spencer, near the Italian island of Capri. Lucy Spencer Education Boutique"It's not about me imparting knowledge," she told CNBC Travel. Spencer said she wants to make traveling teachers available to more families, by creating cheaper options, such as pairing families with trained students taking a gap year. Source: Lucy Spencer
Persons: Lucy Alexandra Spencer, , Spencer, she's, Lucy Spencer, hadn't, you've, that's, I'm Organizations: CNBC Travel Locations: Oman, France, Switzerland, Portugal, Europe, United States, Capri, French, Saint, United Kingdom, Dubai, Thailand, Austria
LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images Assange attends a seminar at the Swedish Trade Union Confederation in Stockholm on August 14, 2010. LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty Images Assange and his bodyguards are seen after a news conference in Geneva, Switzerland, in November 2010. FABRICE COFFRINI/AFP/Getty Images Assange, on the balcony of the Ecuadorian Embassy, holds up a United Nations report in February 2016. Carl Court/Getty Images Assange speaks to the media in May 2017, after Swedish prosecutors had dropped their investigation of rape allegations against Assange. Jack Taylor/Getty Images Assange was seen for the first time in months during a hearing via teleconference in Quito, Ecuador, in October 2018.
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CNN —A North Korean ballistic missile fired last month by the Russian military in Ukraine contained hundreds of components that trace back to companies in the US and Europe, according to a new report. Last year, as CNN previously reported, CAR determined that 82% of components inside Iranian-made attack drones fired by Russia inside Ukraine were made by US companies. Courtesy Conflict Armament ResearchThe research also shows that North Korea was able to produce the missile and ship it over to Russia quickly. More evidence of Russia, North Korea tiesThe White House confirmed last month that Russia has been firing North Korean missiles at Ukrainian cities. North Korea has also likely provided Russia with “millions of artillery rounds” over the last year, according to a report published last week by the Pentagon’s inspector general.
Persons: Biden, North Korea —, , Korea “, Kim Jong Un, John Kirby Organizations: CNN, Research, National Security Council, North, Congress, White House, Korean, Intelligence, CAR, North Korean, United Nations Security, , National Security Locations: Korean, Russian, Ukraine, Europe, North Korea, Iran, Russia, Kharkiv, United States, Asia, US, China, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, American, Korea, Washington, Pyongyang
China – which has not condemned Russia’s invasion and claims impartiality in the conflict – has also emerged as a key lifeline for the sanctions-hit Russian economy. In Europe, this has galvanized concerns about China’s own global ambitions and played a role in the European Union’s ongoing push to recalibrate its policy toward China. EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell reiterated the EU’s “expectation that China refrains from supporting Russia,” in a meeting with Wang Friday. “As long as war in Ukraine continues, EU policies toward China will move into closer alignment with the US. As president, Trump not only voiced skepticism of the system of US alliances in Europe, but leveraged tariffs on European steel and aluminum, sparking retaliatory measures on US goods from Europe.
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A Ukrainian man pleaded guilty in federal court on Thursday to his leadership role in two cyberattack schemes that caused tens of millions of dollars in losses and temporarily crippled a Vermont hospital in 2020, according to the Justice Department. He was arrested in Switzerland in 2022 and was extradited to the United States in 2023. A lawyer for Mr. Penchukov could not be found because the court file was sealed. The Justice Department said that Mr. Penchukov helped lead “a wide-ranging racketeering enterprise and conspiracy” that installed malicious software known as Zeus onto thousands of business computers, starting in 2009. The malware allowed the enterprise to collect information used to log into online banking accounts, including passwords and personal identification numbers.
Persons: Vyacheslav Igorevich Penchukov, Penchukov Organizations: Justice Department, Prosecutors, Court, The Justice Department Locations: Vermont, Donetsk, U.S, Nebraska, Switzerland, United States
In early February, I went on a two-week trip to Europe, on a mission to travel to six countries — including four of them by train. Here are three major mistakes I made along the way, and what you can do to avoid them. While some train rides — like the one from Venice to Rome on the Italian train company Trenitalia — were empty, others were packed. Many European train routes have multiple stops, and passengers simply get on and off the train. At boarding, hundreds of passengers scrambled for a seat, while I struggled to hoist my massive bag up the train.
Persons: , Marielle, Trenitalia Organizations: Service, Union, China Railway, SBB, Swiss, Südtiroler Platz Locations: Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Italy, Europe, Zurich, Rome, Freiburg, Breisgau, Innsbruck, Venice, Thailand, Laos, China, Vientiane, Swiss, Buchs, Southeast Asia, Budapest
(Reuters) - Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Saturday he had discussed the prospects for peace in Kyiv's nearly two-year-old war against Russia with his Chinese counterpart, part of a long-running bid to bolster relations with Beijing. "I met with my Chinese counterpart Wang Yi to discuss bilateral relations, trade, and the need to restore a just and lasting peace in Ukraine," Kuleba wrote on X, formerly Twitter, of their talks at the Munich Security Conference. Kuleba said he had discussed Ukraine's plans to hold a global peace summit which Switzerland has agreed to help stage. The two men, he said, "agreed on the need to maintain Ukraine-China contacts at all levels and continue our dialogue". China has attended at least one of the preparatory meetings that have taken place in anticipation of such a summit.
Persons: Dmytro Kuleba, Wang Yi, Kuleba, Ron Popeski, Alistair Bell Organizations: Reuters, Ukrainian, Twitter, Munich Security, China, Russia Locations: Kyiv's, Russia, Beijing, Ukraine, Switzerland, China, Moscow, Africa, Soviet
And the rise of generative AI chatbots is giving people new and different ways to look up information. A recent study by German researchers suggests the quality of results from Google, Bing and DuckDuckGo is indeed declining. But they have their own issues: Because the tech is so new, there are concerns about AI chatbots’ accuracy and reliability. If you want to try the AI way, here's a how-to:Photos You Should See View All 33 ImagesWHERE DO I FIND AI SEARCH TOOLS? A slew of startup AI search sites have emerged, but they aren't as easy to find.
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We'll also guide you step-by-step on how to use a VPN to watch UFC 298, no matter where you are. ET / 3 a.m. GMT (Sun) / 11 a.m. AWST (Sun)How to watch UFC 298 in the USUS viewers can watch the main event of UFC 298 on ESPN Plus tonight at 10 p.m. UFC PPV + Annual ESPN+ Membership (Bundle) ESPN+ is the home of UFC PPV events, meaning that fans need to purchase a subscription in addition to buying the one-off cards. Where to watch UFC 298 everywhere elseIf you're not in the US, you still have a few options to watch UFC 298. In Canada, UFC 298 will be available as a pay-per-view through most TV providers and directly via UFC Fight Pass.
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A group of 20 leading tech companies on Friday announced a joint commitment to combat AI misinformation in 2024 elections. The industry is specifically targeting deepfakes, which use deceptive audio, video and images to mimic key stakeholders in democratic elections or to provide false voting information. Microsoft , Meta , Google , Amazon , IBM , Adobe and chip designer Arm all signed the accord. News of the accord comes a day after ChatGPT creator OpenAI announced Sora, its new model for AI-generated video. The accord reflects the industry's effort to take on "AI-generated election misinformation that erodes trust," he said.
Persons: Sam Altman, OpenAI, Sora, Kent Walker, Christina Montgomery Organizations: Economic, Microsoft, Meta, Google, IBM, Adobe, Tech Locations: Davos, Switzerland
Opinion What Sourdough Taught Me, in the Pandemic and BeyondInside one tablespoon of active sourdough starter, the fermented culture made of flour and water used for thousands of years to leaven bread, there are billions of microorganisms. How to create a sourdough starter Repeat until bubbling with life. Add flour, water and salt. Add flour, water and salt. To avoid this exponential growth, a portion of sourdough starter is traditionally discarded at every feeding, which means there’s plenty to go around.
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(AP) —A Ukrainian man has pleaded guilty to involvement in two separate malware schemes including a cyberattack at the University of Vermont Medical Center in 2020 that temporarily shut down some of its vital services and cost it tens of millions of dollars, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. Vyacheslav Igorevich Penchukov, also known as Vyacheslav Igoravich Andreev, 37, pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court in Nebraska to one count of conspiracy to break U.S. anti-racketeering law and one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Photos You Should See View All 33 ImagesThat allowed other suspicious software, like ransonware, to access infected computers, which is what happened at the University of Vermont Medical Center in October 2020, the Justice Department said. The attack “left the medical center unable to provide many critical patient services for over two weeks, creating a risk of death or serious bodily injury to patients,” the Justice Department said in a statement. He faces up to 20 years in prison on each count when he sentenced May 9.
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China's latest military purge shows that it's suffering from more than just graft, a senior US official said. It's likely the PLA's corruption had a material effect on its war capabilities, said Ely Ratner. But, according to Ratner, Xi's latest military purge indicated a more serious problem. Xi's anti-corruption sweep last year extended as high as China's defense minister, Li Shangfu, who was replaced in October. Several top commanders were also fired from China's Rocket Force, a branch that Xi has emphasized as key to Beijing's strength.
Persons: It's, Ely Ratner, Ratner, , Ryan Evans, Xi Jinping, ", Xi's, Li Shangfu, Xi, hotpot Organizations: Service, Pacific Security Affairs, People's Liberation Army, Communist Party, China's, Force, Bloomberg, PLA, Radio Free, Defense, China Task Force, International Institute for Strategic Studies Locations: Beijing, China, Switzerland
Aldi's affordable prices are great for buying staples as well as a few fun, unique treats. We tend to buy more packaged staples here, like sardines, mustard, and Swiss chocolate. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementI'm an American baker who relocated to Switzerland to be with my partner. I do most of our shopping at Aldi because the prices and quality are great.
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Russian President Vladimir Putin said he preferred Joe Biden as the next U.S. president over Republican frontrunner Donald Trump, who fell under intense scrutiny for his relationship with the Kremlin during his presidency. The Trump and Biden presidential campaigns did not immediately respond to CNBC's requests for comment. Referencing their meeting in Geneva, Switzerland, in 2021, Putin said he had noticed no signs of incapacity from Biden. Despite these apparently favorable comments, Putin stressed ongoing disagreement with Biden's politics, saying "the incumbent administration's approach is most harmful and erroneous." Trump was probed during a nearly two-year special counsel investigation of Russian interference in the election that he won.
Persons: Vladimir Putin, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Biden, Putin, Pavel Zarubin, Trump, Robert Hur, , Jens Stoltenberg Organizations: White, Kremlin, Biden, U.S, Democrats, Republicans, of Justice, House, NATO, Republican, Democrat, Senate, Taiwan — Locations: Washington , U.S, America, Ukraine, Russia, Geneva, Switzerland, Kyiv, Moscow, China, Iran, South Carolina, Russian, Israel, Taiwan
Layoffs could be coming to Morgan Stanley's crucial wealth management business — a prudent step to improving the bank's overall cost structure amid uncertainty over Federal Reserve interest rate moves. During his tenure at the helm, Gorman pivoted Morgan Stanley to rely less on investment banking by building up wealth management, which has a more predictable revenue stream. MS YTD mountain Morgan Stanley (MS) year-to-date performance Possible layoffs in wealth management are important because it's Morgan Stanley's largest operating segment — making up roughly half of companywide revenue. "Morgan Stanley's paying you to wait with that 4% yield, and they're right in there buying with you thanks to their aggressive buyback." Ted Pick, CEO Morgan Stanley, speaking on CNBC's Squawk Box at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland on Jan. 18th, 2024.
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Linda arrived in New York City “in precisely the clothes I described.” At the airport, she glanced around, searching the throngs of people. Linda PorterThe dark-haired, mustachioed man “was George,” Linda soon realized. An introduction to New York CityLinda arrived in New York City excited to embark on a new chapter. Courtesy G. Porter and Dr. L. M. PorterLike Linda, George Porter was also a New York City transplant. Newly married, Linda – who took George’s name, becoming Linda Porter – returned to the US, once again landing in JFK airport.
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