The FIPs 2022 workshop held at CERN from 17 to 21 October aimed at shaping the FIPs programme in Europe.
The potential physics programme in CERN's ECN3 hall, which can host unique high-energy/high-intensity proton beams, was a focus of the fourth Physics Beyond Colliders annual workshop.
Using data collected at 7, 8 and 13 TeV, the CMS collaboration has set a new upper limit on the probability that the Higgs boson decays to invisible particles.
Muon-decay experiments at PSI were a highlight of the SSP2022 conference.
ICHEP2022 involved 1500 participants, 17 parallel sessions, 900 talks and 250 posters.
The LHCb collaboration announced a new measurement of the individual time-integrated CP asymmetry in the D0 → K–K+ decay.
Searches for new physics at Run 3 will bring significant gains in sensitivity beyond the benefit provided by the increased amount of data.
Precision measurements in Run 3 can act as a gateway to new discoveries explains Abideh Jafari.
Events containing high-mass dijet resonances can originate from Standard Model processes, but those are expected to be extremely rare says the collaboration.
The existence of heavy neutral leptons could solve the key observational shortcomings of the Standard Model, and such particles might be within reach of current and proposed experiments.