The E949 collaboration at the Brookhaven National Laboratory has reported further evidence for a very rare kaon decay.
Does a melting crystal provide the key to developing a quantum description of gravity? Advances at the first Simons Workshop point to a connection.
The SIGHAD03 workshop in Pisa considered the challenges presented by different sources of low-energy hadronic cross-section data.
There has been considerable interest in these measurements because of the potential sensitivity to new physics such as supersymmetry, which would show up as a difference between the Standard Model val...
The High Energy Accelerator Research Organization has found a new and unusual particle.
The International Europhysics Conference on High Energy Physics of the European Physical Society (HEP-EPS) provided a superb synergy between physics, history and music, as Felicitas Pauss reports.
The SUGRA20 conference recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of the invention of minimal supergravity grand unification, or mSUGRA, as Paul Frampton and Pran Nath describe.
The MACRO experiment searched for magnetic monopoles throughout the 1990s. It found none but set stringent limits.
Christian Armendáriz-Picón and Géraldine Servant report from the sixth conference in the COSMO series.
The Finnish town of Oulu, on the Gulf of Bothnia, almost at the Arctic Circle, provided a pleasant atmosphere for a conference on particle physics beyond the Standard Model.