CHARM, a unique facility at CERN to test electronics in complex radiation environments, has now tested its first full space system: CELESTA (CERN Latchup and radmon Experiment STudent sAtellite). The micro-satellite was successfully tested and qualified in July under a range of radiation...Read more ›
For the last decade, students from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) School of Entrepreneurship spend one week per year at CERN identifying the commercial potential of CERN technologies.
The CERN-NTNU...Read more ›
What if we selected a few CERN Technologies and put them in the hands of professionals that help create highly successful start-ups?
Six high-tech business teams were selected to explore business solutions for CERN technologies within the HighTechXL Accelerator Program. They...Read more ›
The X-rays used for radiation therapy, medical imaging and many other applications are produced by slamming an electron beam into a piece of metal. Most of the energy from the beam goes into heat, and the X-rays that are released have a wide energy spectrum. Only a small fraction of the X-rays...Read more ›