The first major results from Belle II and precision flavour measurements by LHCb were among the highlights of Beauty 2023.
Legacy results from the first LHC runs represent a new milestone in LHCb’s hunt for physics beyond the Standard Model.
A new analysis of proton–lead collisions has allowed LHCb to investigate a crucial missing piece in our understanding of quantum chromodynamics.
LHCb has surpassed the precision of B-factory experiments on key CP-violation observables in charmonium decays.
LHCb result places stringent constraints on the parameter space of physics beyond the Standard Model.
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.
Precise LHCb measurements of the angle γ, the only known difference in the interactions of matter and antimatter, provide a benchmark against which any contribution from new physics can be compared.
New measurements of R(K) and R(K*) are in close agreement with the principle of lepton universality, bringing fresh perspective on the flavour anomalies.
Among other topics, experimental and theoretical developments in mixing and CP violation, flavour changing neutral and charged currents, QCD spectroscopy and exotic hadrons were discussed at the Impli...
A recent measurement of B0S → μ+μ– by the CMS collaboration reduces a previous tension between theory and experiment.