At the TOP 2023 workshop, the ATLAS collaboration reported the first observation of entangled top-quark pairs, opening new ways to test the fundamental properties of quantum mechanics.
ALICE has presented new results on J/ψ meson-production in ultra peripheral collisions, where the photon probes the whole nucleus.
Providing valuable input for theoretical models and event generators, ALICE has studied for the first time the dependence of the inclusive photon production on the number of nucleons participating in ...
A new analysis of proton–lead collisions has allowed LHCb to investigate a crucial missing piece in our understanding of quantum chromodynamics.
Measurements of gluonic gravitational form factors at JLab have revealed three distinct regions in the proton's structure.
Measurements of the production of hadrons containing heavy quarks provide an important test of the accuracy of perturbative QCD.
A pair of isospin partners of hidden-charm tetraquark candidates with strangeness add further pieces to the exotic-hadron jigsaw.
ATLAS presents the first determination of the strong-coupling constant with NNLO accuracy in three-jet production using the full Run 2 data.
A novel study of the production of strange and multi-strange hadrons by ALICE will help to improve the modelling of particle production at the LHC.
The ALICE collaboration is charting a course to an exciting heavy-ion physics programme for Runs 5 and 6 at the High-Luminosity LHC.