What does CERN have to do with 3D colour x-rays and 19th century paintings?
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
The X-rays used for radiation therapy, medical imaging and many other applications are produced by slamming an electron beam into a piece of metal.
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) has published the 12th edition of its Global Innovation Index.
On March 23, an initiative started amongst CERN personnel to produce 3D-printed face masks with interchangeable filters.
The development of new radiopharmaceuticals used for imaging, for example radiotracers to d
On 20 June, a group of experts from CERN and Geneva University Hospital (HUG) came together at the hospital premises to explore how Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) developed at CE