The proposed Forward Physics Facility at CERN offers a broad programme ranging from neutrino, QCD and hadron-structure studies to beyond-the-Standard Model searches.
In the latest milestone for the CERN Neutrino Platform, a state-of-the-art time projection chamber for the near detector of the upgraded T2K experiment in Japan is now fully operational.
A pileup of 1000 proton–proton collisions per bunch-crossing is just one of the challenges in extracting physics from a next-generation hadron collider to follow the LHC.
The challenges of performing precision flavour physics in the very harsh conditions of the HL-LHC are triggering a vast R&D programme at the forefront of technology.
The ALICE collaboration is charting a course to an exciting heavy-ion physics programme for Runs 5 and 6 at the High-Luminosity LHC.
A new CMS subdetector – the Precision Proton Spectrometer (PPS) – allows the electroweak sector of the Standard Model to be probed in regions so far unexplored.
Preparations for a next-generation gravitational-wave observatory in Europe gather pace, with a conditional allocation of €42 million from the Dutch government.
Silicon photomultipliers offer many advantages over traditional tube devices, but further R&D is needed to understand their performance under radiation damage.
LHCb's all-new VELO detector will extend the collaboration's capabilities to search for new physics at Run 3.
The 5th FCC Physics Workshop saw advances in the physics capabilities and detector R&D for the proposed Future Circular Collider.