Chris Hays describes recent progress of the Tevatron+LHC W-mass combination working group towards understanding a surprisingly high measurement from CDF.
On 25 July the Council of SESAME unanimously approved Iraq’s request to join the Jordan-based third-generation light source.
Frank Gerigk, leader of CERN’s radio-frequency group, assesses progress on the SRF R&D roadmap and the exacting fabrication and performance requirements already coming into view.
The Muon g-2 collaboration's new result of the anomalous magnetic moment improves the precision of their previous one by a factor of 2.
The EPS has announced the recipients of the 2023 High Energy and Particle Physics Awards.
The backstory and legacy of the Gargamelle collaboration’s epochal discovery of neutral currents 50 years ago.
The first major results from Belle II and precision flavour measurements by LHCb were among the highlights of Beauty 2023.
Jack Heron, a senior fellow working on R&D for the proposed Future Circular Collider, reflects on his past experience in the defence sector.
Legacy results from the first LHC runs represent a new milestone in LHCb’s hunt for physics beyond the Standard Model.
About 350 physicists attended the 11th edition of the LHCP conference in Belgrade from 22 to 26 May.
The ATLAS collaboration presented an updated Higgs-boson mass having a precision of 0.9 per mille.
The proposed Forward Physics Facility at CERN offers a broad programme ranging from neutrino, QCD and hadron-structure studies to beyond-the-Standard Model searches.
From 31 May to 2 June, almost 300 participants came together to exchange on topics including dark matter, particle astrophysics, cosmology of the early and late universe, and gravi...
CMS recently performed a search for new physics using effective field theory, analysing data containing top quarks with additional final-state leptons.