What does CERN have to do with 3D colour x-rays and 19 th century paintings? Join experts from the CERN Knowledge Transfer Group on 14-15 September at the CERN Open Days, and learn more about the real-life applications of CERN’s highly advanced technology and scientific...Read more ›
On 20 June, a group of experts from CERN and Geneva University Hospital (HUG) came together at the hospital premises to explore how Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) developed at CERN could contribute solving the future technological needs of the hospital. The...Read more ›
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has published the 12th edition of its Global Innovation Index. This year’s report, published on 24 July in India, is centred on medical innovation. CERN contributed a chapter entitled ‘How Particle Physics Research at CERN...Read more ›
A new collaboration agreement between CERN and ESA, signed on 11 July, will address the challenge of operating in harsh radiation environments, found in both particle-physics facilities and outer space. The agreement concerns radiation environments, technologies and facilities...Read more ›
Superconductivity is not something that immediately comes to mind in regards to daily life, and yet it has become increasingly important. Industry, and especially medical instrumentation industries, display a renewed interest in the domain of superconductivity for applications...Read more ›
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. The event, the SICTIC Investor Day, took place on 18 March in collaboration with CERN’s Knowledge Transfer group.
SICTIC, a...Read more ›