ALPHAfound it to be compatible with zero to eight decimal places.
A German/Japanese collaboration working at the University of Mainz has performed the first direct high-precision measurement of the magnetic moment of the proton – which is by far the most accurate ...
The ASACUSA collaboration reports the unambiguous detection of antihydrogen atoms 2.7 m downstream from their production.
The ALPHA collaboration has reported the first-ever resonant interaction with the antihydrogen atom.
The ALPHA antiatom trap consists of a transverse octupole magnet and two short solenoid or “mirror” coils.
The SuperB project involves the construction underground of a new asymmetric high-luminosity electron–positron collider.
Do matter and antimatter obey the same laws of physics? One intriguing way to test this would be to compare the spectra of hydrogen and its antimatter twin: antihydrogen.
Both ALPHA and ASACUSA aim to measure precisely the spectrum of antihydrogen and compare it with that of hydrogen. Any small difference would cast light on the imbalance between matter and antimatter ...
As Dirac realized, there’s more to antimatter than antihydrogen.
Recently, the Japanese–European group made the first steps towards producing a low-velocity antihydrogen beam.