Experiments such as MADMAX, IAXO and ALPS II are expanding the search for axions and other weakly interacting ‘slim’ particles that could hail from far above the TeV scale.
High-energy X-rays reveal possible missing neutron star formed by the collapse of the famous supernova's progenitor star.
The collaboration has taken an encouraging step towards observing a process with access to the key unknown parameter in the shape of the Brout-Englert-Higgs potential: the self-cou...
As the Daya Bay reactor-neutrino experiment is dismantled, JUNO is gearing up to measure the neutrino mass hierarchy.
An independent film by three ATLAS physicists is gaining recognition at independent film festivals worldwide.
CMS has released a new search for charginos and neutralinos, with sensitivity boosted by the use of parametric machine learning.
Precise knowledge of the moment anti-atoms are produced will allow new tests of the weak equivalence principle.
The LHCb collaboration combined several analyses to update branching-fraction measurements for about 50 Bs0 decays.
José Mestre and Jennifer Docktor offer readers evidence-based strategies to optimise university-level physics teaching.
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.
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
Andrzej Buras’s new book, Gauge Theory of Weak Decays, is an indispensable travel guide to unexplored territory in weak decays, writes our reviewer.