The first major results from Belle II and precision flavour measurements by LHCb were among the highlights of Beauty 2023.
Systematic errors are becoming increasingly important as larger datasets reduce statistical errors in many analysis channels.
About 350 physicists attended the 11th edition of the LHCP conference in Belgrade from 22 to 26 May.
The proposed Forward Physics Facility at CERN offers a broad programme ranging from neutrino, QCD and hadron-structure studies to beyond-the-Standard Model searches.
A key outcome of the LCWS2023 workshop was a statement to the P5 committee supporting the timely realisation of a Higgs factory based on a linear collider.
From 31 May to 2 June, almost 300 participants came together to exchange on topics including dark matter, particle astrophysics, cosmology of the early and late universe, and gravitational waves.
The highly positive atmosphere of FCC Week 2023 projected a strong sense of momentum within the community.
The fully in-person event attracted 1660 participants from 37 countries, illustrating the need for real-life interactions in the global accelerator landscape after COVID-19.
The MMAP 2020 conference covered a mixture of low- to high-energy physics on the one hand and the cosmology of the creation of the universe on the other.
The Magnificent CEvNS workshop in Munich brought together researchers working on coherent elastic neutrino–nucleus scattering for the third time.