A recent measurement of B0S → μ+μ– by the CMS collaboration reduces a previous tension between theory and experiment.
The LHCb collaboration on the hunt for neutral Kaon decays into four muons.
At a seminar at CERN on Tuesday 18 October, the collaboration announced the first simultaneous measurements of R(D*) and R(D).
The increasing number of exotic hadrons being discovered at LHCb has prompted the collaboration to bring logic to the naming scheme.
The LHCb collaboration has made the most precise measurement yet of the lifetime of a CP-even Bs decay.
The LHCb collaboration announced a new measurement of the individual time-integrated CP asymmetry in the D0 → K–K+ decay.
Could the historical role of flavour measurements in elucidating new-particle discoveries be about to repeat itself at the LHC?
The collaboration's latest test of lepton-flavour universality with beauty baryons brings a further tool to understand the flavour anomalies.
Comparisons between direct and indirect measurements of γ provide a potent test for new physics.
The inaugural CERN Flavour Anomalies Workshop brought together more than 500 experimentalists and theorists to discuss longstanding tensions in B-physics measurements.