CERN detector could help to improve head tumour radiotherapy

Scientists are testing a new device to help target cancer cells more accurately in ion radiotherapy of head and neck tumours, which could help limit the treatment’s side effects. It includes Timepix3, a small particle detector developed at CERN

06 March, 2024

ABB and CERN identify 17.4% energy-saving opportunity in the Laboratory’s cooling and ventilation motors

Through a strategic research partnership focused on CERN’s cooling and ventilation systems, energy efficiency audits have helped to identify a savings potential of 17.4% across a total of 800 motors

28 February, 2024

Statnett and CERN collaborate to embrace innovative energy

The agreement aims to explore collaborative opportunities across technological areas, find sustainable solutions for the operation of future grids, and foster innovative energy practices enabling an environment-friendly transition

06 February, 2024

CERN software to become central hub for EU research

Over the last ten years, CERN-born Zenodo has evolved to store ever more scientific data. Today, a new project is set to ensure Zenodo’s position as a prime repository for EU research data

23 January, 2024

BioDynaMo: cutting-edge software helps battle cancer

A novel mathematical model developed as part of the BioDynaMo project, born from CERN openlab, mimics vascular tumour growth in breast cancer and its response to treatment

22 January, 2024