Crystal collimation, which makes use of a phenomenon called planar channelling, is key to handling the more intense beams at Run 3 and the High-Luminosity LHC.
The ILL is positioning neutron science as a natural extension of industry’s R&D and innovation pipeline. Caroline Boudou and Mark Johnson share the lessons for other large-scale facilities.
From equipment procurement to knowledge-transfer initiatives, Giovanni Anelli, Anders Unnervik and Marzena Lapka provide a high-level tour of CERN’s unique innovation ecosystem.
Djamschid Safi explains how big science is helping European companies to fast-track the development of innovative products, services and applications.
Recent progress in understanding thorium’s nuclear structure could enable an ultra-accurate nuclear clock with applications in fundamental physics.
The CERN-developed simulator “Molflow” has become the de-facto industry standard for ultra-high-vacuum simulations, with applications ranging from chip manufacturing to the exploration of the Mart...
A new CMS subdetector – the Precision Proton Spectrometer (PPS) – allows the electroweak sector of the Standard Model to be probed in regions so far unexplored.
An ambitious upgrade of the US flagship X-ray free-electron laser rests on sustained cooperation with high-energy physics labs in the US, Europe and Japan.
The CERN Courier editors take a tour through the magazine's Higgs archives.
Exploring the Higgs boson’s couplings to other particles and the shape of its potential could be the key to physics beyond the Standard Model.