An expert advisory panel in Japan has called on proponents of the International Linear Collider to re-evaluate their plans.
CERN’s diverse fixed-target programme is playing an increasingly important role in the search for new physics.
Searches for new physics at Run 3 will bring significant gains in sensitivity beyond the benefit provided by the increased amount of data.
CompactLight is turning accelerator technologies from particle physics into affordable, compact X-ray lasers.
Events containing high-mass dijet resonances can originate from Standard Model processes, but those are expected to be extremely rare says the collaboration.
The 5th FCC Physics Workshop saw advances in the physics capabilities and detector R&D for the proposed Future Circular Collider.
Massimo Giovannini reviews Steven Weinberg’s last book, his first aimed at undergraduate students.
The CERN Council condemns, in the strongest terms, the military invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation.
Brazil is the first country in Latin America to join CERN as an Associate Member State.
Gamma-ray measurements by H.E.S.S. provide a new way to test models of the origin of cosmic rays.
Johannes Gutleber outlines the latest progress toward the Future Circular Collider feasibility study.
ALICE explores the rapid expansion of the QGP under large pressure gradients.
ATLAS excludes the hypothesis that the Higgs-boson interaction with charm quarks is stronger than or equal to the interaction with bottom quarks at 95% confidence level.
Studies of proton-gas collisions at the LHC enable a deeper understanding of the antiproton flux in cosmic rays.
The latest Higgs measurements, intriguing anomalies, and results from neutrinos, dark matter and theory were among the highlights of the Moriond electroweak conference.
Standing 7σ above the Standard Model prediction, the CDF collaboration's measurement of the mass of the W boson upsets decades of steady convergence between experiment and theory.
Theorists from the entire spectrum of high-energy physics convened to sketch a decadal vision in advance of the Snowmass Community Summer Study in Seattle this July.
Physicists gathered to discuss machine-learning methods applied to detect signals from gravitational-waves.