As long as the aim is to answer nature’s outstanding mysteries, the path is worth following, says Veronica Sanz.
20 years since coining the string-theory "landscape", Leonard Susskind describes the emerging connections between quantum mechanics and gravity.
The ALICE collaboration is charting a course to an exciting heavy-ion physics programme for Runs 5 and 6 at the High-Luminosity LHC.
The CERN Linear Accelerator for Research (CLEAR) offers users a unique R&D facility for applications ranging from plasma accelerators to radiotherapy.
The challenges of performing precision flavour physics in the very harsh conditions of the HL-LHC are triggering a vast R&D programme at the forefront of technology.
To cope with the increased number of interactions at the HL-LHC, the ATLAS collaboration is working hard to upgrade its detectors with state-of-the-art instrumentation and technolo...
Novel and established detectors that push technologies to new heights will allow the CMS collaboration to fully exploit the HL-LHC physics potential.
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A pair of isospin partners of hidden-charm tetraquark candidates with strangeness add further pieces to the exotic-hadron jigsaw.
ATLAS presents the first determination of the strong-coupling constant with NNLO accuracy in three-jet production using the full Run 2 data.
A novel study of the production of strange and multi-strange hadrons by ALICE will help to improve the modelling of particle production at the LHC.
Honouring the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s Nobel prize, the Swedish embassy in Bern collaborated with CERN for an event connecting physics and music.
"Artificial Intelligence for High Energy Physics" showcases neat projects and detailed applications, finds Andreas Salzburger.
ICJLab workshop explored how energy-recovery linacs could reduce the power consumption of proposed electron-hadron colliders.
Such measurements are crucial to probe the CP properties of the Higgs boson’s Yukawa coupling to tau leptons.
A pioneering experimentalist in top-quark physics, Meenakshi Narain was also a powerful voice for women and minorities in science.
Theoretical physicist Lars Brink served on the Nobel Committee for physics for many years.
The MINERνA collaboration has used neutrinos to probe the proton's structure, also offering precise measurements of neutrino-oscillation parameters.
The brightest gamma-ray burst ever detected appears to have produced an emission that is difficult to explain.
A normalisation bias in the beta-decay spectrum of uranium-235 is the most probable explanation for a deficit of electron neutrinos seen at reactor experiments.