The Knowledge Transfer group at CERN has initiated a pilot programme in collaboration with the Israel Innovation Authority (IIA).
How could microchips developed for detectors at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) be used beyond high-energy
Medipix: Two decades of turning technology ...
Meet Javier Serrano, head of the Hardware and Timing Section, Beam Controls Group (BE-CO), in this issue of our Knowledge Transfer spotlight series
Making hardware design open and free
The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers has incorporated the White Rabbit technology into its industry standard, maximising its adoption by industry and other partners in their pursu
White Rabbit, a CERN born open-source techn...
CERN’s dedication to training and international collaboration in fields beyond physics research is thriving, with its education activities being exported to developing countries.
Sharing knowledge: the fifth CERN-UNESCO Sc...
From fraud protection to vaccine production, ROOT’s wide-ranging impact is revealed in a conversation with Axel Naumann as part of our Knowledge Transfer spotlight series
Rooted in society
Today, Les Automnales, a huge, local fair of Geneva, opened its doors to the public at Palexpo - and CERN is the guest of honour.
Explore CERN at Les Automnales: the science...
Eight startups pitched for potential millions of swiss francs in CERN’s council chamber, the very same room where many of CERN’s most important decisions are made.
Investor Day at CERN: Start-ups using CERN ...
Meet Dr Hélène Mainaud-Durand, Deputy Group Leader of the Survey, Mechatronics and Measurements Group, in this issue of our Knowledge Transfer spotlight series