Category Archives: CERN

Seeing the Invisible or Making it Visible? Nuclear Particle Events @CERN re-visualised in #TrueColour3D

Seeing the invisible: Event displays in particle physics is an article published by CERN in June 2015. It shows the history of capturing for the human eye what theoretical physicists postulate and experimental physicists demonstrate. Re-Visualised on http://www.smart-knowledge-portals.uk/projects/359 Re-Visualised on … Continue reading

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ACCELERATING INNOVATION in Medicine @ CERN – through medical imaging & particle therapy

  Accelerating innovation… in medicine was the wonderful overview given by Dr Eleanor A. Blakely from Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratorY – LBNL. It is recorded on this video and joined very sensitive dots for me: on the way from CERN to LBNL … Continue reading

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FROM the Impossible to the Imaginable: ‘Data Profiling’ Big Business and Very Big Science Data

Profiling Big Data for Business[1] and Very Big Data for Science[2] Peaks, Troughs and Averages – independent of Application and Scale – in new Depth, Detail and Perspective       Vertical Data Layers along a ‘visual z-axis’ Profiling Data … Continue reading

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CELEBRATING 50 Years of Computing @ CERN

It was the ‘nostalgia’ of English operators that set in motion last year what resulted in three reunions on Friday and Saturday: a visit to building 513 which was built for the CDC 7600 in 1972 and now houses a … Continue reading

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