CERN - The Globe of Science and Innovation
Originally the "Palais de l'Equilibre" for the 2002 Swiss national exhibition, this wooden structure is presently the Globe of Science and Innovation at CERN. Measuring 27 metres high and 40 metres wide, the Globe showcases the world's largest and most complex scientific instruments to study the basic constituents of matter – the fundamental particles.
The Globe of Science and Innovation represents a gateway between science, culture, education and society, promoting the dissemination of scientific information among many audiences. At the permanent "Universe of Particles" exhibition, visitors experience a unique interactive adventure covering the technological and scientific achievements of the laboratory.
- Wooden structure of 27 m x 40 m
- Permanent "Universe of Particles" exhibition
- A symbol of sustainable development