CERN is a hub for top-notch scientists, engineers and professionals from all corners of the world, committed to advance their fields, to explore the unknown and to learn. This combination is also stimulating for the entrepreneurial spirit. However, it is not easy leaving a safe environment such as that of CERN.Read more ›
At the start of April, the first 'Academia meets Industry' (AMI) event will be hosted by CNRS-LPNHE at Universite Pierre et Marie Curie in Paris, focusing on Medical Imaging and Image Processing. This will be a unique conference on the latest developments in all fields of medical imaging, image treatment and the technologies developed in the frame of the AIDA-2020 project, and will consist of technical talks by industry and academic partners, industrial exhibition for industrial partners and a Network Cocktail Reception.Read more ›
Only a fraction of the 30,000 accelerators around the world are used for scientific research. Accelerators have diverse uses in varying fields and perhaps one of the most unexpected is their role in cultural preservation.
At first glance, it might...Read more ›
CERN Open Hardware Licence (OHL) is a legal framework to facilitate knowledge exchange across the electronic design community.
Version 1.2 of the Licence, written by Myriam Ayass, legal adviser of CERN’s Knowledge Transfer Group, was issued in September 2013.
In the spirit of...Read more ›
Andre Henriques discusses the Kryolize project in this short video.
In September, some 120 experts in cryogenic safety came to CERN for the HSE Unit’s first Cryogenic Safety Seminar. Their discussions included Kryolize, a new CERN technology tailored for the...Read more ›