The idea of building a dedicated heavy-ion detector for the LHC was first aired at the historic Evian meeting "Towards the LHC experimental programme" in March 1992. From the ideas presented there, the ALICE collaboration was formed in 1993. The wealth of published scientific results and the upgrade programme of ALICE have attracted numerous institutes and scientists from all over the world. The ALICE Collaboration has more than 1800 members coming from 176 institutes in 41 countries. For a full list click here.