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HL-LHC radiation protection robot passes first in-cavern test with flying colours

The CERN CRANEbot successfully handled a vacuum module in the CMS cavern without the need for human intervention in a decisive test for the HL-LHC project

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23 February, 2021
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23 February, 2021

Additive manufacturing opens up new prospects at CERN

Lightweight, robust, complex parts produced using additive manufacturing (3D printing) are proving their worth in the accelerators

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02 February, 2021
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02 February, 2021

The cabling of the LHC detectors moves up a gear thanks to the automation of testing

The development of the “HiPotCT” system initiated by the cabling team of EN-EA-AS has considerably increased the speed of cabling activities in the LHC detectors

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03 November, 2020
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03 November, 2020

A new coating technique for deflecting crab cavities

A team from the Vacuum, Surfaces and Coatings group is studying a method of niobium coating by sputtering for use in future accelerators

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04 August, 2020

Broadening tunnel vision for future accelerators

CERN’s civil engineers are tackling the tunnelling challenges of a post-LHC collider

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23 October, 2019
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23 October, 2019

Sensor used at CERN could help gravitational-wave hunters

A new seismic device developed by CERN and JINR is now being tested at the Advanced Virgo detector

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30 August, 2019

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Opening CMS

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Honey, I shrunk the vacuum chambers!

A new technique developed at CERN will allow electron synchrotrons to operate at higher energies by reducing the diameter of the beam pipes

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02 May, 2018
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02 May, 2018