About 350 physicists attended the 11th edition of the LHCP conference in Belgrade from 22 to 26 May.
The ATLAS collaboration presented an updated Higgs-boson mass having a precision of 0.9 per mille.
Chris Hays describes recent progress of the Tevatron+LHC W-mass combination working group towards understanding a surprisingly high measurement from CDF.
ATLAS sees no significant deviation from the background-only hypothesis in its recent search for heavy gravitons predicted by "clockwork gravity".
The CMS collaboration reports the first dedicated collider search for inelastic dark matter using the full Run 2 dataset.
The new value, presented in March at the Rencontres de Moriond, contradicts CDF measurement published last year.
Nicola Cabibbo's short 1963 paper paved the way to the modern unification of electromagnetic and weak interactions.
Workshop participants gathered at CP2023 to discuss current and future experiments to probe the Sakharov conditions.
ATLAS has determined the Higgs-boson decay width to 4.5 MeV, leaving plenty of room for possible BSM contributions.
An extraordinary harvest of new results were shown at La Thuile from 18-25 March, with physicists leaving no stone unturned in the search for new physics.