Stable beams were declared on 27 September with an energy of 5.36 TeV per nucleon pair (compared to 5.02 TeV during Run 2) and a collision rate increased by a factor of 10 since the last heavy-ion run in 2018.
Fighting for the most adequate words and pictures that give meaning to what we are doing is crucial to keep the community focused and motivated for the long march ahead, says Urs W...
The new art installations at CERN Science Gateway express complex physics concepts in inspiring ways.
More than 100 kaon experts met at CERN in September for a hybrid workshop to take stock of the experimental and theoretical opportunities in kaon physics in the coming decades.
The first direct experiment to observe a gravitational effect on the motion of antimatter opens a new avenue of experimental exploration.
A technical design study has been recently launched for a new high-intensity physics programme at CERN’s North Area that will shape the physics landscape at CERN's North Area.
The latest constraints on dark matter from PandaX, LUX-ZEPLIN, SuperCDMS, CRESST and XENONnT were among highlights of TAUP 2023.
Maria obtained a CERN fellowship in 1957 and worked on a novel method to provide polarised proton beams at the Synchrocyclotron.
Roman Jackiw was one of the most brilliant and profound theorists of his generation.
The intense programme of EPS-HEP 2023 underlined the vibrancy and diversity of the field.
This year’s conference focused on “Hot topics in particle physics and cosmology: theory facing experimental prospects”.
Much has been learned in recent years about particle polarisation and related topics, in particular thanks to measurements made at the LHC.