For some time, physicists from Montenegro have participatied as individuals in the CERN experimental programme, e.g. in heavy-ion physics via NA49 and ALICE, and a small team from the University of Montenegro in Podgorica has participated in the AD-4 (ACE) experiment on the biological effects of antiproton annihilation.

CERN signed an agreement with the University of Montenegro in Titograd (now Podgorica) in 1990, while Montenegro was still part of Yugoslavia. Following the independence of Montenegro, this was updated in 2007 to a Co-operation Agreement between the government and CERN in order to strengthen scientific and technical co-operation in high-energy physics.

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