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Partnership with CERN

Partnership with CERN

Website: http://www.cern.ch/chis

UNIQA Assurances SA has been successfully managing the CERN Health Insurance Scheme for over 40 years. Our commitment to providing the best services to our clients is strongly reflected in the loyalty they show us. We are proud to count CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, among our clients since 1971.

CERN is one of the world’s largest and most respected centers for scientific research in the field of fundamental physics. Founded in 1954, the CERN Laboratory sits astride the Franco–Swiss border near Geneva.

Our broad experience clearly shows that our own success is based on our clients’ satisfaction with the highest quality service. We constantly strive to anticipate the rapidly changing needs of our clients and to develop new services to meet those needs. Our clients' interests always come first!

UNIQA is also proud to support CERN in such different fields as health, special events and culture. 

 

UNIQA supports Arts@CERN

Art and Science Interactions.

Arts@CERN pioneers new ways of bringing together artists and scientists, to lead the conversation about art and science, and support artistic innovation and openness to research environments.

The arts program of the world’s largest laboratory of particle physics was founded in 2011 to explore notions of creativity, human ingenuity and curiosity. Today, artists from all over the world are invited, through its programmes, to spend time at CERN and work alongside particle physicists and engineers.

By positioning artists and scientists together within the larger scientific context, CERN’s programmes foster new approaches to research, experimentation and artistic production. The objective is to question how art and culture can form novel visions of a highly specialised environment and what common grounds can be shared between art and science.

For more information, please go to: http:// http://arts.cern/

 

 

 

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