A recent measurement of B0S → μ+μ– by the CMS collaboration reduces a previous tension between theory and experiment.
The LHCb collaboration on the hunt for neutral Kaon decays into four muons.
The ATLAS collaboration has reported the most precise measurement of the pp hadronic cross section at 13 TeV.
The determination of the hypertriton's lifetime and separation energy are fundamental to understand the nature of the strong interaction.
Two R&D projects in Switzerland are exploring the use of high-temperature superconductors for the proposed electron-positron Future Circular Collider.
"Mining the Future" invited experts to seek sustainable ways of reusing the rock that would need to be excavated for a future circular collider at CERN.
The turnover of physics-based industries in Switzerland is estimated to exceed CHF 274 billion in revenue, and is expected to grow further.
New policy aims to make all CERN research fully accessible, reproducible, inclusive, democratic and transparent for both researchers and wider society.
The well-known French nuclear physicist worked on the first prototypes of multi-wire proportional chambers.
Data collected by the Hubble and Green Bank telescopes bring a fresh perspective on the origin of the galaxy's enormous "Fermi bubbles".