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.
The possibility that the proton wave function may contain a |uudcc̄> component in addition to the g → cc̄ splitting arising from perturbative gluon radiation has been debated for deca...
New measurements of the rates of rare B-meson decays to electrons and muons open a further avenue through which to explore the flavour anomalies.
The LHCb experiment recently presented new results on the b → sμμ decay of a Bs meson to a φ meson and a dimuon pair.
LHCb's brand-new “SciFi” tracker and upgraded ring-imaging Cherenkov detectors are vital for the higher LHC luminosities ahead.
The collaboration last week reported the first direct evidence for the long-sought interplay between hadron decays, downplaying the chances that the a1(1420) is a new exotic hadron.
The new state, announced today at EPS-HEP, had been held up since the 1980s as a prime candidate to be the first exotic hadronic state to be stable against strong decays.