The first run of the muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab increases the tension between measurements and theoretical calculations to 4.2 standard deviations.
China's superconducting proton accelerator is designed to drive a future subcritical reactor for nuclear-energy generation.
First results from the ANAIS experiment show no annual modulation, in conflict with longstanding results from the DAMA experiment.
The latest analysis represents an improvement in precision thanks to doubling the dataset.
Roger Phillips was renowned for his deep understanding of particle-physics models.
An analysis by TOTEM and DØ researchers shows the existence of a long-predicted three-gluon state.
The LHCb collaboration combined several analyses to update branching-fraction measurements for about 50 Bs0 decays.
Nobel laureate Martinus Veltman made a lasting impact on particle physics, and inspired many students.
Jack Steinberger received the 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics for establishing the difference between neutrinos associated with muons and those associated with electrons.
The AION experiment is one of several multidisciplinary projects funded by the UK’s new Quantum Technologies for Fundamental Physics programme.