More than 80 physicists from all over the world met in January in the ancient Portuguese town of Coimbra to take part in the International Workshop on Top Quark Physics, TOP2006.
This is the conclusion from the first results of the Main Injector Neutrino Oscillation Search (MINOS), presented at a seminar at Fermilab on 30 March, which showed that MINOS has observed the disappe...
The results were announced at the Flavor Physics and CP Violation conference in Vancouver, and have been submitted to Physical Review Letters.
Two more rounds of data taken by the Hall A Proton Parity Experiment (HAPPEx) at the US Department of Energy's Jefferson Lab have provided the most precise constraint yet on nucleon strangeness.
The CDF collaboration at Fermilab has announced the precision measurement of the matter-antimatter transitions for the B0s meson, which consists of a bottom quark bound to a strange anti-quark.
A paper entitled “Measurement of Bbar0 → D(*)0Kbar(*)0 Branching Fractions” became the focus of celebrations in early April, as it became the 200th to be submitted for publ...
The charmonium spectrum provides fertile ground for investigating the force that binds quarks together, and the CLEO detector is revealing some previously missing states, as David Cassel and Jonathan ...
The D0 collaboration at Fermilab has published the first direct two-sided bound on the oscillation frequency of the B0s, the meson comprising a strange quark (s) and a bottom antiquark (Bbar).
An experiment at the Institut Laue Langevin (ILL), Grenoble, has produced a new, tighter limit on the electric-dipole moment (EDM) of the neutron.
A five-part workshop has been launched at CERN to study the interplay between the physics of particle flavour and the physics achievable at particle colliders.