CERN has signed a collaboration agreement with the European Space Agency to address the challenges of harsh radiation environments.
In recent years, physicists have contributed insights into the interplay of phenomena at different scales.
MedAustron becomes one of six centres worldwide to treat tumours with carbon ions.
Projects include new designs for MRI gradient coils, the design of 14 and 16 T MRI magnets, and a conceptual design for new mammography magnets.
Former CERN physicist Christian Fabjan takes a whirlwind tour of 60 years of innovation in particle-detection technology at CERN and beyond.
Ideas from supersymmetry have been used to address a longstanding challenge in optics – how to suppress unwanted spatial modes that limit the beam quality of high-power lasers.
Two independent groups are going to Earth’s extremes to make unprecedented measurements for physics, education and the environment.
A PET detector based on plastic scintillators offers whole-body imaging in addition to precision tests of fundamental symmetries.
New-Zealand company MARS Bioimaging Ltd has used technology developed at CERN to perform the first colour 3D X-ray of a human body, offering more accurate medical diagnoses.
The high-luminosity LHC promises a quantifiable return to society in terms of scientific, economic and cultural value.