Cern is not just the Large Hadron Collider - or “Big Bang” machine
The instruments used at Cern to do physics experiments are aimed at solving riddles about the universe and about matter. But sometimes the very sensitive detectors developed at the site near Geneva, result in useful byproducts, like new diagnostic and surgical equipment. (Raffaella Rossello, swissinfo.ch - Cern video productions)
This content was published on April 13, 2011
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