At the 2022 Geneva Health Forum, CERN showcased how technologies and innovation behind high-energy physics can contribute to innovations within medical applications
On November 24, the CNAO (Centro Nazionale di Adroterapia Oncologica) hadrontherapy centre in Pavia, Italy, will organise a special event to celebrate twenty years of CNAO.
This year’s report takes a look at the state of innovation throughout the Covid-19 crisis.
As the response to the pandemic evolves and people step back into the office, it is necessary to monitor continuously the risk of disease transmission and be prepared to make quick, evidence-based decisions to ensure that everyone can work safely.
Frontier instruments like the LHC and its detectors not only push back the boundaries of our knowledge, but also catalyse innovative technology for medical applications, writes Manuela Cirilli.