Celebrating anniversaries of three Nobel prizes for work that established a key element of the Standard Model.
The team finds that the results, which were presented in August at the Lepton–Photon International Symposium in Hamburg, are larger than expected from the Standard Model.
A new theoretical calculation of the effects of the nuclear medium may account for experimental result that disagreed with the Standard Model.
A look back to the first observation of weak neutral currents.
Almost 14 years to the day after the announcement of the discovery of the top quark in 1995, the CDF and D0 collaborations at Fermilab have announced the observation of top quarks produced singly ...
Understanding the Higgs sector.
Having failed to find any completely unexpected new physics for more than 30 years, we clearly need nature's help to progress, and the case is good.
There's a famous photograph of a young Nepalese climber standing on top of Everest in 1953. It's the only picture there is, but Tenzing Norgay was not alone.
The principal goal of the experimental programme at the LHC is to make the first direct exploration of a completely new region of energies and distances, to the tera-electron-volt scale and beyond.
The D0 collaboration at Fermilab has announced the observation of pairs of Z bosons produced in proton–antiproton collisions.