More than 100 kaon experts met at CERN in September for a hybrid workshop to take stock of the experimental and theoretical opportunities in kaon physics in the coming decades.
The intense programme of EPS-HEP 2023 underlined the vibrancy and diversity of the field.
Fighting for the most adequate words and pictures that give meaning to what we are doing is crucial to keep the community focused and motivated for the long march ahead, says Urs Wiedemann.
The sixth plenary workshop of the Muon g-2 Theory Initiative covered the status and strategies for future improvements of the Standard Model prediction for the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon.
The proposed Forward Physics Facility at CERN offers a broad programme ranging from neutrino, QCD and hadron-structure studies to beyond-the-Standard Model searches.
CMS recently performed a search for new physics using effective field theory, analysing data containing top quarks with additional final-state leptons.
Combining data from Run 1 to Run 3, the Fermilab Muon g-2 collaboration has determined the anomalous magnetic of the muon with twice the precision of its initial result.
ATLAS sees no significant deviation from the background-only hypothesis in its recent search for heavy gravitons predicted by "clockwork gravity".
A pileup of 1000 proton–proton collisions per bunch-crossing is just one of the challenges in extracting physics from a next-generation hadron collider to follow the LHC.
Atom interferometry holds great promise for making ultra-sensitive measurements in fundamental physics.