High-energy physics had one eye trained on the future at EPS-HEP 2019.
The meeting marked the final event of the Horizon 2020 project to produce a conceptual design study for a 100 TeV circular hadron collider.
Among the highlights at Strangeness in Quark Matter 2019 were reports on where strangeness enhancement is localised in phase space.
Planck 2019 focused on the latest in beyond the Standard Model (SM) physics and ultraviolet completions of the SM within theories that unify the fundamental interactions.
Fermilab's E989 experiment aims to improve experimental errors by a factor of four.
Cold-atom interferometry could fill a gap in observational capability for gravitational waves in the intermediate-frequency band.
Some Higgs measurements are on the verge of being systematics dominated.
Embedded radio-frequency (RF) cavities such as those featured in spiral-shaped cooling channels are one example.
Studies involving unusual signatures were popular at the Mexico conference.
The meeting was inspired by several recent proposals to take advantage of the unique environment of heavy-ion collisions at the LHC to search for new phenomena.