In March 2012, the LHCb collaboration reported an observation of CP violation in charged B-meson decays.
The search for heavy particles beyond the direct reach of the LHC.
The Antihydrogen TRAP (ATRAP) experiment at CERN’s Antiproton Decelerator has reported a new measurement of the antiproton’s magnetic moment made with an unprecedented uncertainty of 4.4 parts pe...
The "winter" conferences earlier this year saw the LHCb collaboration present three important results from its increasingly precise search for new physics.
Report of LHCb on CP violation in two decays.
Flavor Physics at the Tevatron: Decay, Mixing and CP Violation Measurements in proton-antiproton Collisions
Robert Fleischer reviews in 2013 Flavor Physics at the Tevatron: Decay, Mixing and CP Violation Measurements in proton-antiproton Collisions.
Heavy flavours in the spotlight at an international workshop.
It has taken decades of hunting but finally the first evidence for one of the rarest particle decays ever seen in nature, the decay of a Bs (composed of a beauty antiquark and a strange quark) into tw...
The large cross-section for charm production at the LHC, and the geometry and instrumentation of the LHCb detector, provide samples of charmed hadrons far larger than those accumulated by previous exp...
One of the interesting ways to search for CP violation in B-meson decays is by using three-body decays of charged B mesons.