ATLAS excludes the hypothesis that the Higgs-boson interaction with charm quarks is stronger than or equal to the interaction with bottom quarks at 95% confidence level.
The latest Higgs measurements, intriguing anomalies, and results from neutrinos, dark matter and theory were among the highlights of the Moriond electroweak conference.
Standing 7σ above the Standard Model prediction, the CDF collaboration's measurement of the mass of the W boson upsets decades of steady convergence between experiment and theory.
A new machine-learning analysis has allowed CMS to search for boosted HH production in the four-bottom-quark final state.
ATLAS has set tight constraints on potential new-physics contributions to di-Higgs production.
Testament to the LHC entering a precision era of physics, the CMS measurement is competitive with LEP's.
LHC data place strongest constraints to date on the production of vector-like quarks, predicted in composite-Higgs scenarios.
The 11th Higgs Hunting workshop saw more than 300 participants discuss the most recent results in the Higgs sector.
The ATLAS collaboration has observed the simultaneous production of three W bosons for the first time.
For the first time at any experiment, the CMS collaboration have observed longitudinally polarised W bosons in diboson production.