Proton beams are once again circulating in the LHC in preparation for Run 3.
Beatriz Gato-Rivera's Antimatter: What It Is and Why It's Important in Physics and Everyday Life is comprehensive and well structured, writes Wolfgang Lerche.
A mundane explanation for the MiniBooNE anomaly is strongly disfavoured.
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 next CERN Courier webinar will feature Joe Lykken, Fermilab's deputy director for research.
For the first time at any experiment, the CMS collaboration have observed longitudinally polarised W bosons in diboson production.
Italian–Argentinian theorist Miguel Ángel Virasoro was one of the founders of string theory and an initiator of complexity studies.
The focus was on the fundamentals of quantum field theory and current issues in hadron-collider physics.
A new CMS analysis searches for anomalies in top-quark interactions with the Z boson using an effective-field-theory framework.
The LHCb experiment recently presented new results on the b → sμμ decay of a Bs meson to a φ meson and a dimuon pair.
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.
The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams in Michigan underpins an ambitious programme to transform nuclear physics and its applications.
An ambitious upgrade of SLAC's X-ray free-electron-laser facility – the Linac Coherent Light Source – is nearing completion.