Fighting cancer with LIGHT
A novel proton accelerator for cancer treatment, based on CERN technology, is getting ready to receive its first patients in the United Kingdom
How far can technology improve our health?
Listen, watch and connect with us as Sparks! tackles the visions and challenges for future technology for health
Big Science Business Forum 2022: a meeting point between CERN and industry
The second edition of the Big Science Business Forum (BSBF) highlighted the added value for companies of doing business with CERN, from gaining new knowledge to fostering innovation
“Image Capital”: a new exhibition featuring CERN science and history
“Image Capital”, an artistic project by Armin Linke and Estelle Blaschke, explores the history and the present of photography as information technology. CERN and its community have supported the research for the project.
20th Wright Colloquium for science – 7-11 November
Don’t miss the public lectures organised by the University of Geneva in the framework of the 20th Wright Colloquium for science
For CERN employees: Sign your child up for the “Futur en tous genres” day!
On Thursday, 10 November, CERN will take part in the “Futur en tous genres” day, which inspires schoolchildren to explore new perspectives beyond gender
Registration for “Expanding Your Horizons” is now open!
On Saturday, 12 November 2022, “Expanding Your Horizons” will be back with a day full of fun and hands-on activities aimed at motivating girls to engage with science and maths
CERN congratulates winners of 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics
Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger share the award for conducting experiments that laid the foundations for advanced quantum technologies
CERN publishes comprehensive open science policy
CERN’s core values include making research open and accessible for everyone. A new policy now brings together existing open science initiatives to ensure a bright future based on transparency and collaboration at CERN.
Thirty years of the TERA Foundation
On 15 September 1992, the TERA Foundation was established in Novara, Italy. Exactly 30 years later, a symposium was held at CERN to review its contributions to hadron therapy