Johannes Gutleber outlines the latest progress toward the Future Circular Collider feasibility study.
Searches for new physics at Run 3 will bring significant gains in sensitivity beyond the benefit provided by the increased amount of data.
Could the historical role of flavour measurements in elucidating new-particle discoveries be about to repeat itself at the LHC?
Precision measurements in Run 3 can act as a gateway to new discoveries explains Abideh Jafari.
The heavy-ion physics programme at LHC Run 3 will provide deep insights into the rich field of QCD phenomenology.
LHCb's all-new VELO detector will extend the collaboration's capabilities to search for new physics at Run 3.
CERN’s diverse fixed-target programme is playing an increasingly important role in the search for new physics.
Rama Calaga describes the latest progress in building the superconducting radio-frequency “crab” cavities that will increase the probability of collisions at the High-Luminosity LHC.
With telescopes at the South Pole and in the Chilean Atacama Desert, the newly endorsed CMB-S4 observatory will exceed the capabilities of earlier experiments by more than an order of magnitude.
The existence of heavy neutral leptons could solve the key observational shortcomings of the Standard Model, and such particles might be within reach of current and proposed experiments.