A new collaboration between CERN and CHUV plans to use ultrafast bursts of electrons to destroy tumours.
The TESLA Technology Collaboration has played a major role in the development of superconducting radio-frequency cavities for a wide variety of applications.
The SPIRAL2 facility at GANIL will probe short-lived heavy nuclei and address applications in fission and materials science.
Studies using traps and lasers not only help researchers understand nuclear structure, but also offer new ways to look for physics beyond the Standard Model.
The European Spallation Source will provide neutron beams 100 times brighter than those from reactor sources, enabling new research into material properties and fundamental physics.
Advanced neutron facilities such as the Institut Laue-Langevin are gearing up to enable a deeper understanding of the structural workings of SARS-CoV-2.
The result could shape policies for reducing urban particle pollution.
CERN’s CLOUD experiment has merged the best of particle physics and atmospheric science into a novel experimental approach, says spokesperson Jasper Kirkby.
The need at CERN to align components within a fraction of a millimetre demands skills and tools beyond the scope of normal surveyor jobs.
With atomically thin active sensing components, graphene-based Hall probes incur reduced systematic errors.