IXPE’s first results provide novel insights into the properties of neutron stars.
The CMS collaboration has substantially improved on its measurement of the top-quark mass.
If we don’t dare spend money on projects that bring us to the future then we, as Europe, lose a competitive advantage, says Anna Panagopoulou.
ATLAS reviews recent searches for exotic decays of the Higgs boson and for new heavy particles that decay into it.
CLOUD's discovery of a new mechanism accelerating the formation of aerosol particles in the upper troposphere has potential implications for air-pollution regulations.
New results from ALICE challenge the current understanding of antinuclei production in heavy-ion collisions at LHC energies.
Mike Lamont recounts the herculean effort that brought the LHC to life and steered it to discovery.
David Cox, a giant in the world of statistics, was an active supporter of PHYSTAT activities.
The LHCb collaboration announced a new measurement of the individual time-integrated CP asymmetry in the D0 → K–K+ decay.
The CERN Courier editors take a tour through the magazine's Higgs archives.
Introducing an expert series exploring the past, present and future of the Higgs boson.
Exploring the Higgs boson’s couplings to other particles and the shape of its potential could be the key to physics beyond the Standard Model.
Confirming the electroweak Standard Model drove three major projects at CERN spanning three decades, culminating in the discovery of the Higgs boson on 4 July 2012. Matthew Chalmer...
Gilad Perez links the Higgs boson to the puzzling pattern of the fermion masses.
The masses of the Higgs boson and the top quark hint that there must be physics beyond the SM that prevents the universe from decaying into a new vacuum state, argues John Ellis.
Either new particles are keeping the Higgs boson light, or the universe is oddly fine-tuned for our existence. Nathaniel Craig goes down the rabbit hole of the electroweak hierarch...