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.
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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 ›
SEMICON Europa is the largest Microelectronics event in Europe, and CERN's Knowledge Transfer team will be present as an exhibitor during the event 25th-27th October in Grenoble. You can register to Semicon now with our promo-code and save €25 on registration.
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CERN will be present at the IEEE conference on Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference 2016 (NSS/MIC) in Strasbourg, France, 29 th October to 5 th November. CERN will have a strong presence related to its contribution to...Read more ›
CERN’s IdeaSquare is launching a new on-line journal called CERN IdeaSquare Journal of Experimental Innovation or CIJ. The new journal will provide an open platform and a data depository for socio-economic innovation research.
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CERN attended the European Science Open Forum (ESOF) in Manchester this July, as part of EIROforum, a network of eight European Intergovernmental Research Organisations (EIROs) set up to support European science in reaching its full potential. EIROforum works closely with...Read more ›
“Data is the new petrol,” says Axel Voitier, a CERN robotics engineer who has worked for nearly a decade on the industrial control systems on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). After his experience at CERN, Axel has decided to transition into the world of entrepreneurship. After a decade of...Read more ›