The National Academy of Sciences in the US finds a compelling scientific case for an advanced collider that would reveal how visible matter emerges from fundamental quarks and gluons.
The ALICE collaboration has released a new measurement of the production of D mesons.
Some 450 researchers from around the world headed to historic Bologna to attend the sixth Large Hadron Collider Physics conference.
The $338 million upgrade has tripled CEBAF’s original operating energy.
One of the key goals in exploring the properties of QCD matter is to determine the minimum value of the shear viscosity to entropy density ratio (η/s) for an ideal fluid.
The large centre-of-mass energy and luminosity of the LHC have made possible the first measurements of electroweak-boson production in ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions.
In Pb-Pb collisions, the spectra are modified by the energy loss that the partons suffer when propagating in the quark-gluon plasma.
The TOTEM collaboration at CERN has uncovered possible evidence for a subatomic three-gluon compound called an odderon, first predicted in 1973.
What are the essential requirements for the formation of a quark–gluon plasma? Do only the most violent, head-on lead–lead (Pb–Pb) interactions at the LHC provide such conditions?
These two results suggest that charmed baryon formation might not be universal, and that the baryon/meson ratio depends on the collision system.