On 14 July in Lisbon, CERN Council adopted a strategy for particle physics in Europe, which will enable the community to participate fully in an increasingly global adventure.
A five-part workshop has been launched at CERN to study the interplay between the physics of particle flavour and the physics achievable at particle colliders.
Europe's premier particle-physics conference took place in 2005 on the banks of the River Tagus, near Lisbon. Per Osland and Jorma Tuominiemi report.
The biennial Lepton-Photon conference was held in Uppsala on 30 June - 5 July. The talks erected the impressive edifice known as the Standard Model and showed that experimental ingenuity has not yet s...
Normal muon decay is an ideal process to investigate the electroweak interaction in the Standard Model.
The ICHEP '04 conference provided a major opportunity to review a wide range of recent progress in particle physics.
The 30th anniversary of the proton accelerator complex at PSI heralds the start of a new generation of particle-physics experiments, with the search for the decay of the muon to a positron and a photo...
The fourth conference in the "Beyond" series presented a clear overview of - and beyond - the current frontiers of particle physics, astrophysics and cosmology.
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.