A look back at a surprising discovery 50 years ago.
Over two decades, two experiments at CERN proved the existence of a subtle difference between particles and antiparticles.
Interest in CP violation continues today with studies of b hadrons and neutrinos.
At the 2014 Rencontres de Moriond conference in March, the collaboration presented more precise results from a number of different analyses.
The LHCb collaboration has recently made the world’s most precise measurement of the lifetime of a meson that has both beauty and charm.
Experimenters from LHCb and theorists recently met at CERN to discuss the best ways to obtain the most out of the rich harvest of data from the LHC.
There are four neutral mesons that allow particle–antiparticle transitions – mixing – and so make ideal laboratories for studies of matter–antimatter asymmetries (CP violation).
All about a Higgs boson and more at EPS-HEP 2013.
A key observation at the LHC marks a major milestone in a 30-year long journey.
The latest news from the Beauty 2013 international conference.