LHCb has recently published a new result on |Vub| using the first ever measurement of the Bs0→K–μ+νμ decay.
Flavour studies have a bright future, concluded conference delegates, who discussed impressive recent results in CP violation and the status of Belle II and upgrades to the LHC experiments.
Work now turns to connecting such observations with the known suppression and regeneration mechanisms in heavy-ion collisions.
The tetraquark candidate could be a bound state of a charm-up diquark and its anti-diquark.
Advances in Higgs, flavour and neutrino physics were among the highlights of ICHEP 2020, writes Mark Thomson.
CERN’s NA62 collaboration has presented 3.5σ evidence for K+→π+νν̄ – a “golden decay” with exceptional sensitivity to physics beyond the Standard Model
Originally scheduled to be held in Paris, the fully online conference brought together a particularly large and diverse group of participants.
LHCb results favour the interpretation of the state as a quasi-bound D0D*0 molecule.
A novel technique by ATLAS uses top-quark pairs to test the ratio of the probabilities for tau leptons and muons to be produced in W-boson decays
LHCb will soon become the first LHC experiment able to run simultaneously with two separate interaction regions.