The CMS search for the Higgs boson is being carried out using a range of decay products: two photons; two τ leptons; two b quarks; two W bosons; and two Z bosons.
Chris Quigg takes a look at the enduring legacy of Fermilab's proton–antiproton collider.
The CDF collaboration at Fermilab has announced the observation of the Ξ0b, the latest entry in the periodic table of baryons.
The outstanding performance of the LHC enabled the ATLAS and CMS collaborations to report remarkable progress in the hunt for the Higgs boson at EPS-HEP 2011.
A wealth of physics results from ATLAS emerged at EPS-HEP 2011, ranging from detailed measurements of strong and electroweak processes to a spectrum of searches for new physical processes using the fu...
Photons have an important role at the LHC, not only as tools for testing the Standard Model but also as heralds of new physics.
The top quark was first observed in the mid-1990s by the CDF and DØ experiments at the Tevatron collider at Fermilab.
Measurements with leptons are an important tool for physics studies at the LHC.
The CDF collaboration at Fermilab’s Tevatron has published two measurements that hint at the existence of physics beyond the well tested Standard Model of particles and their interactions.
Strong electric fields in crystals provide a laboratory to study QED.