The direct discovery of the tau neutrino is among the topics in high-energy physics recognised by the 2022 American Physical Society awards.
New measurements of the rates of rare B-meson decays to electrons and muons open a further avenue through which to explore the flavour anomalies.
In terms of creativity and productivity, Sheldon had few equals in heavy-quark physics worldwide.
The new analysis significantly improve the upper bound on the strength of gravitational waves produced during the epoch of inflation.
A mundane explanation for the MiniBooNE anomaly is strongly disfavoured.
For the first time at any experiment, the CMS collaboration have observed longitudinally polarised W bosons in diboson production.
A town-hall meeting initiated a broad and community-driven discussion leading to a final strategy document in two to three years’ time.
New muon end-cap wheels currently being installed in the ATLAS detector will provide precision tracking and triggering at high rates for Run 3 and beyond.
Ghost Particle captures the human spirit surrounding the birth of a modern particle-physics detector.
EPS-HEP 2021 saw breathtaking results from LHC Run 2, writes Christophe Grojean.
A new CMS analysis searches for anomalies in top-quark interactions with the Z boson using an effective-field-theory framework.
As TikTok dethrones Facebook as the most popular app, the Courier explores how high-energy physicists are taking advantage of the social-media phenomenon.
NuFact 2021 brought together experimentalists, theorists and accelerator physicists in pursuit of CKM-level precision in neutrino physics.
Updates from the Advanced Light Source, Advanced Photon Source and BNL.
Fermilab’s Proton Improvement Plan II (PIP-II) will reshape the future of accelerator-based particle physics in the US.