ALL NEWS

The microscope that digs deep for answers

An elaborate nano-workstation for 3D imaging at CERN gives insights into what lies beneath the surface of materials

News
Engineering
08 August, 2017
Engineering
News

The crown jewel of the HL-LHC magnets

The new quadrupole magnets designed for the insertion regions for the LHC upgrade exploit cutting-edge technological innovations

News
Engineering
20 June, 2017
Engineering
News

How will SuShi protect the FCC?

A new shield septum magnet is being developed to protect the FCC machine from the beam’s extremely high energy

News
Engineering
01 June, 2017
Engineering
News

CERN is keeping its ear to the ground

CERN has set up three seismic monitoring stations to listen to the earth’s vibrations and their impact on the LHC

News
Engineering
25 April, 2017
Engineering
News

EYETS report: a cool preparation for the LHC

The re-filling of the arcs with liquid helium started last week, and the LHC is gradually being prepared for electrical tests at the end of the month

News
Engineering
28 March, 2017
Engineering
News

Using a crystal to extract beam?

A new slow-extraction technique using a silicon crystal aims to reduce beam losses by a factor of four

News
Engineering
15 February, 2017
Engineering
News

CERN develops cryogenic safety tool

Some 120 experts in cryogenic safety met at CERN for the first Cryogenic Safety Seminar. Their discussions included Kryolize, a new CERN technology

News
Engineering
14 November, 2016
Engineering
News

Once upon a time, there was a superconducting niobium-tin...

The production of the new niobium-tin cables for the high-performance superconducting magnets of the HL-LHC is now in full swing at CERN

News
Engineering
25 July, 2016

New furnace a step towards future collider development

A new tool for building superconducting magnet coils for High-Luminosity LHC and future particle accelerators arrives at CERN

News
Engineering
18 July, 2016

Vacuum chambers full of ideas for the Swedish synchrotron

CERN’s Vacuum, Surfaces and Coatings group has contributed to the development of vacuum chambers for MAX IV, the new synchrotron in Sweden

News
Engineering
25 June, 2016