The sixth conference in the series marked Spanish theorist Emilio Elizalde’s 70th birthday.
The LHC’s physics programme has transformed our understanding of elementary particles, writes Michelangelo Mangano.
A symposium to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of Glashow, Iliopoulos and Maiani's explanation of the suppression of strangeness-changing neutral currents was held in Shanghai.
The Standard-Model Extension provides a framework for testing CPT and Lorentz symmetries by including all operators that break them in an effective field theory.
John Ellis reflects on 50 years at the forefront of theoretical high-energy physics - and whether the field is ripe for a paradigm shift.
The 2020s will sort current anomalies in fundamental physics into discoveries or phantoms, says Ben Allanach.
Explaining the bizarre pattern of fermion types and masses has led theorists to suggest that the “flavour scale” could be at a much lower energy than previously thought.
Carlo Rovelli reports on a conference which brought together two communities that have evolved independently for many years.
In 1997, Juan Maldacena conjectured a deep relationship between gravity and quantum field theory.
Graham Farmelo’s new book sheds light on the current debate on the role of mathematics in theoretical physics, says CERN's former head of theory, Wolfgang Lerche.