CERN's main focus is particle physics – the study of the fundamental constituents of matter – but the physics programme at the laboratory is much broader, ranging from nuclear to high-energy physics, from studies of antimatter to the possible effects of cosmic rays on clouds.
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Hebrew University of Jerusalem, California Institute of Technology, Princeton University Press, and Tizra (publishing platform) collaborated to provide open access to the 13 volumes and supplements of the Collected Papers of Albert Einstein.
The web presentation matches the print version and covers Einstein’s writings and correspondence (letters, papers, postcards, diaries, academic recommendations, grant applications, and nominations for prizes) through 1923.