CERN is home to a unique innovation ecosystem pioneering advances in vacuum science, technology and engineering
A pan-European consortium is working towards an international standard for the commercial manufacture of ionisation vacuum gauges.
The Institute for Nuclear Research in Moscow celebrates its 50th anniversary.
CERN’s MEDICIS facility is producing novel radioisotopes for medical research.
The Next Ion Medical Machine Study ("NIMMS") aims to design a new generation of light-ion accelerators for medicine.
A collaboration between CERN and Lausanne University Hospital will see technology developed for the proposed Compact Linear Collider drive a novel cancer radiotherapy facility.
Detectors similar to those used to hunt for sterile neutrinos could help guard against the extraction of plutonium-239 for nuclear weapons, writes Patrick Huber.
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.
Precision measurements of the production and annihilation of light antinuclei are sharpening the search for dark matter.