A novel proton accelerator for cancer treatment, based on CERN technology, is getting ready to receive its first patients in the United Kingdom
The event discussed the latest developments in quantum technologies and identified activities within particle physics and beyond that can most benefit from their application
Students from the NTNU’s School of Entrepreneurship spent last week exploring the commercial potential of CERN technologies in communications, imaging, aerospace, drug-production or environmental applications.
On 15 September 1992, the TERA Foundation was established in Novara, Italy. Exactly 30 years later, a symposium was held at CERN to review its contributions to hadron therapy