Novel and established detectors that push technologies to new heights will allow the CMS collaboration to fully exploit the HL-LHC physics potential.
SESAME founder Eliezer Rabinovici describes the story behind this beacon for peaceful international collaboration, what its achievements have been, and what the future holds.
The linear accelerator of the SACLA X-ray free-electron laser is now being used as the beam injector for the storage ring of the SPring-8 synchrotron light source.
Effective field theory (EFT) is now seen as the most fundamental and generic way to capture the physics of nature at all scales, with applications ranging from LHC physics to cosmo...
New measurements of R(K) and R(K*) are in close agreement with the principle of lepton universality, bringing fresh perspective on the flavour anomalies.
Crystal collimation, which makes use of a phenomenon called planar channelling, is key to handling the more intense beams at Run 3 and the High-Luminosity LHC.
New policy aims to make all CERN research fully accessible, reproducible, inclusive, democratic and transparent for both researchers and wider society.
As a subfield of astroparticle physics, gamma-ray astronomy, investigates many questions rooted in particle physics in an astrophysical context. A prominent example is the search f...
The 2022 workshop brought together more than 190 participants to deepen relations between disciplines and scientists.
The 2022 Higgs Hunting workshop looked toward future measurements at the LHC.
A new project called IRIS will explore high-temperature and high-magnetic-field superconducting technologies both for societal applications and next-generation accelerators.
IceCube’s measurements take researchers a step closer to understanding the origin of high-energy cosmic rays.
Fields medallist Maryna Viazovska explains sphere-packing, its applications to physics, and the relationship between mathematics and reality.
Using data collected at 7, 8 and 13 TeV, the CMS collaboration has set a new upper limit on the probability that the Higgs boson decays to invisible particles.
The ATLAS collaboration has searched for lepton-flavour violating decays of the Higgs boson using the full Run 2 data set.
Precise LHCb measurements of the angle γ, the only known difference in the interactions of matter and antimatter, provide a benchmark against which any contribution from new physi...
The ALICE collaboration has opened a novel way to study the strong interaction at extreme temperatures and densities.
CERN alumni working in Google, Microsoft and other big-tech firms offer advice on how to promote your assets when seeking to move out of academia.