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LHC multimedia internship contest


Are you a multimedia guru with a love of physics? Think you've got the media chops to produce material on the level of Alpine Kat? And most importantly: do you want a free trip to CERN?

CERN is seeking an intern to help them document the re-start of the Large Hadron Collider, notably the ATLAS experiment, the largest of the six particle experiments at the LHC. Travel, room, and half board are paid. The application? A five minute or less multimedia piece about ATLAS, showing them what you can do. Applicants are allowed to use the video and photos already available on the ATLAS and CERN websites. The best submissions will be posted on the ATLAS website and YouTube page with full credit to the author, and second and third place prizes will be awarded. We can't wait to see what people come up with!

The contest closes July 31, so get to it!

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