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Researchers use CERN technology to evaluate risk of COVID-19 transmission

The CERN-developed COVID Airborne Risk Assessment tool (CARA) is helping researchers from the University of Geneva assess the effectiveness of different measures to limit SARS-CoV-2 aerosol transmission in schools.

Knowledge sharing
01 September, 2021
Knowledge sharing
01 September, 2021

CERN-tested optical fibres now on the International Space Station

Astronaut Thomas Pesquet has activated Lumina, an optical fibre-based dosimetry experiment on board the International Space Station

Experiments
20 August, 2021

The future innovative FLASH facility based on CERN breakthrough accelerator technology is one step closer

Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) and the ISREC Foundation have announced that funding has been secured, thanks to the financial support of the Biltema Foundation

Knowledge sharing
28 June, 2021
Knowledge sharing
28 June, 2021

CERN’s impact on medical technology

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.

Knowledge sharing
25 June, 2021
Knowledge sharing
25 June, 2021

First European hospital receives 3D colour X-ray scanner using CERN technology

MARS Bioimaging's 3D colour X-ray scanner has arrived in Europe to undertake clinical trials that will lead to its medical use.

Knowledge sharing
22 June, 2021
Knowledge sharing
22 June, 2021