The recent Fermilab result offers a moment to reflect on perseverance and collaboration.
China's superconducting proton accelerator is designed to drive a future subcritical reactor for nuclear-energy generation.
The latest analysis represents an improvement in precision thanks to doubling the dataset.
Steven Weinberg reflects on winning the Breakthrough Prize, effective field theory, and the mass-hierarchy problem.
An analysis by TOTEM and DØ researchers shows the existence of a long-predicted three-gluon state.
The collaboration has used Run 2 data to add new exotic states to the tally of tetraquarks previously discovered in B+→J/ψφK+ decays in 2016.
Studies at CERN’s CLOUD experiment reveal that part-per-trillion-by-volume iodine levels in marine regions lead to rapid formation of iodic acid particles
To confidently discover new physics in the muon g−2 anomaly requires that data-driven and lattice-QCD calculations of the Standard-Model value agree, write Thomas Blum, Luchang J...
Presented by Alberto Di Meglio, this webinar will introduce the new CERN Quantum Technology Initiative, give an overview of the laboratory’s R&D activities and plans in this fiel...
The LHCb collaboration combined several analyses to update branching-fraction measurements for about 50 Bs0 decays.
Nobel laureate Martinus Veltman made a lasting impact on particle physics, and inspired many students.
Jack Steinberger received the 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics for establishing the difference between neutrinos associated with muons and those associated with electrons.
The AION experiment is one of several multidisciplinary projects funded by the UK’s new Quantum Technologies for Fundamental Physics programme.
The collaboration is using the quasi-real photons which accompany ultra-relativistic proton and lead beams to measure the photoproduction of charmonia and constrain "nuclear shadow...