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April 13, 2018
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CERN Knowledge Transfer

 

2017 has been a prosperous year for the Knowledge Transfer group, marking twenty years since CERN has set up a structure to support its knowledge and technology transfer activities. These activities led to collaboration agreements across a wide range of fields: from medtech to aerospace, industry 4.0 and cultural heritage.

 

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Voyage into the world of atoms

 

This animation shows the structure of matter at smaller and smaller scales. Zooming into a human hair, we pass through hair cells, fibril structures, keratin molecules, Carbon atoms, nuclei, neutrons, protons, and finally quarks.

 

April 24, 2018
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CERNbot, a robot intervention

 

CERNbot is a novel robotics platform, which can be customized according to the needs.

The ATRAP experiment compares hydrogen atoms with their antimatter equivalents: antihydrogen atoms. As the radioactive source of the experiment decays after about two and a half years, ATRAP physicists need a new source every few years. They will then try to replace the source with the robot, in order to avoid exposition to radiation.

 

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Are CERN Scientists Trying to Open a Portal to a Parallel Dimension

 

COAST TO COAST AM. Investigating some of the mysteries and strange science that surrounds CERN'S secretive mission. CERN is a European research organization that operates the largest particle physics laboratory in the world, including the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the most powerful particle accelerator. While Peck downplayed the possibility that experiments with the LHC might create out-of-control wormholes, scientists there do seek to open a portal to a higher or parallel dimension or universe. They are looking to measure extra-dimensional space, as well as "communicate with any intelligences that might be inhabiting that space," he continued.

 

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