Prof Welsch is head of Physics at Liverpool University as well as leader of the QUASAR Group at the Cockcroft Institute; he explains how frustration led
CERN signed its ninth Business Incubation Centre (BIC) agreement, with the Italian National Institut
Derived from developments in accelerators, detectors and computing, the state-of-the-art technologies behind particle physics have historically contributed to innovations in medical technologies.
As part of its knowledge-transfer mission, CERN encourages and supports the creation of companies that seek to build on its technologies and thus make CERN’s technological resear
Aerospace engineering and particle physics might not at first seem like obvious partners.
Physicists, engineers, and industry will be interested in a new Proof-of-Concept fund for breakthrough projects from the general field of detector development and testing.
In December 2011, the “KT Fund Selection Committee”, composed by the KT Group and Section Leaders and by all CERN Department Heads met for the first time to assign the KT Fund 2010.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has published the 12th edition of its Global Innovation Index.
What if accelerators could be more compact and more cost-effective? It would make their use in research, industry and medicine more affordable and more accessible.