Prof Welsch is head of Physics at Liverpool University as well as leader of the QUASAR Group at the Cockcroft Institute; he explains how frustration led
Eight startups pitched for potential millions of swiss francs in CERN’s council chamber, the very same room where many of CERN’s most important decisions are made.
CERN’s Timepix particle detectors, developed by the Medipix2 Collaboration, help unravel the secret of a long-lost painting by the great Renaissance master, Rapha
Artworks are part of our cultural and historical heritage.
All five CERN-coordinated projects submitted to the “Horizon 2020” Research Infrastructure calls have been approved for funding, a first for CERN.
Superconductivity is not something that immediately comes to mind in regards to daily life, and yet it has become increasingly important.
CERN’s dedication to training and international collaboration in fields beyond physics research is thriving, with its education activities being exported to developing countries.
The third edition of the CERN Entrepreneurship Student Programme, organised by CERN’s Knowledge Transfer group, comes to a successful end.