A novel technique by ATLAS uses top-quark pairs to test the ratio of the probabilities for tau leptons and muons to be produced in W-boson decays
LHCb results favour the interpretation of the state as a quasi-bound D0D*0 molecule, but other possibilities cannot yet be ruled out.
The latest spectral measurements of antihydrogen atoms confirm that a key portion of QED holds up in both matter and antimatter.
Nb3Sn accelerator magnets for the high-luminosity LHC are a springboard to future fundamental exploration, writes Luca Bottura.
CMS has made a novel measurement of the top-quark mass by reconstructing boosted top quarks as single jets.
Alain Blondel and Panagiotis Charitos report on developments at the third FCC Physics and Experiments Workshop.
Barry Barish speaks to the Courier about his role in turning LIGO into a Nobel Prize-winning machine.
A challenge for such searches is that the masses of the supersymmetric particles are unknown, leaving a large range of possibilities to explore.
A new ATLAS analysis cuts a swathe into the parameter space for one well-motivated alternative electroweak symmetry breaking sector.
CMS has probed the running of the mass of the top quark for the first time - an important test of the validity of QCD, and an indirect search for unknown physics.
Jet modification effects are predicted to be strongest in this kinematic region.
LHCb will soon become the first LHC experiment able to run simultaneously with two separate interaction regions.
The EPS-AG prizes are awarded every three years for outstanding achievements in the accelerator field.
The ATLAS and CMS collaborations have obtained new insights into the charge-parity structure of top-Higgs interactions.
The 2020s should see the start of a new type of astrophysics, reports Merlin Kole.
The recent closure of reactors means making the most of existing facilities while preparing accelerator-based sources, says Helmut Schober.
In a new article published in Nature, the T2K collaboration excludes leptonic CP conservation at 3σ confidence.