A challenge for such searches is that the masses of the supersymmetric particles are unknown, leaving a large range of possibilities to explore.
Alain Blondel and Panagiotis Charitos report on developments at the third FCC Physics and Experiments Workshop.
The ATLAS and CMS collaborations have obtained new insights into the charge-parity structure of top-Higgs interactions.
The collaboration scoured four months of electron-positron collisions at SuperKEKB for evidence of invisibly decaying Z′ bosons.
Updated measurements by LHCb of the angular distributions of a rare neutral B meson decay add fresh intrigue to the flavour puzzle.
The LHC’s physics programme has transformed our understanding of elementary particles, writes Michelangelo Mangano.
The 2020s will sort current anomalies in fundamental physics into discoveries or phantoms, says Ben Allanach.
A large discrepancy in nuclear decay rates has received new experimental support, generating headlines about the possible existence of a fifth force.
The decay of the K-short to two muons is sensitive to contributions from yet-to-be discovered particles that are too heavy to be observed directly.
For many years the search for its extremely rare decay to a μ+μ– pair was a holy grail of particle physics.