AT THE CERN KINDERGARTEN, CHILDREN LEARN TO BE OPEN-MINDED AND EXPLORE THE WORLD WHILE HAVING FUN.
In the field of scientific research, progress results from the collaboration of people from diverse cultural and geographical backgrounds. Large-scale research infrastructures contribute to the training of future generations by offering thousands of young people each year the opportunity to acquire new skills in a dynamic international environment. The FCC collaboration is very diverse, bringing together 150 institutes from more than 35 countries and more than 25 companies who, together, are designing an international research infrastructure to succeed the LHC.
Trust in others, communication and mutual understanding are some of the tangible benefits of scientific collaboration. CERN has a long tradition of cooperation, on which the FCC collaboration is based.