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CERN Courier magazine: November 2015 digital edition

Cern Courier

Welcome to the digital edition of the November 2015 issue of CERN Courier

The Standard Model is coming under more and more pressure from experiments. In particular, new results from the analysis of LHC’s Run 1 data show discrepancies, or “tensions”, with the theoretical predictions. For the time being, they are all of the 2–3σ variety but, if confirmed at Run 2, they would be the signatures of new physics at the TeV scale. In the experimental sector, we direct our attention to the improved techniques of nuclear emulsions, which could also be used for the next generation of neutrino experiments. Finally, in this issue we feature the Canfranc Underground Laboratory, one of the four deep-underground laboratories where, besides astroparticle physics, scientists also carry out geology and biology studies.

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