Over 1000 physicists took part in the ninth Large Hadron Collider Physics conference.
The European Consortium for Astroparticle theory held its first annual symposium in May, bringing together hundreds of theoretical physicists across Europe.
This year’s Future Circular Collider Week took place online from 28 June to 2 July, attracting 700 participants to debate the next steps needed to produce a feasibility report in 2025/2026.
More than 200 experts participated in a workshop to study alternatives to the harmful chlorofluorocarbons which play an important role in traditional gas mixtures.
Gravitational waves crease and stretch the fabric of spacetime as they ripple out across the universe, potentially causing observable effects on beams in storage rings.
The XIX International Workshop on Neutrino Telescopes (NeuTel) attracted 1000 physicists online from 18 to 26 February.
The question of making research data findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable is a burning one throughout modern science.
The highlight of the conference was the new LHCb result on RK based on the full Run 1 and Run 2 data.
The TOOLS 2020 conference attracted around 200 phenomenologists and experimental physicists to work on numerical tools for dark-matter models, and more.
The XXXII international workshop of the Logunov Institute focused on “hot problems in hot and cold quark matter”.