Several outstanding particle physicists have been recognised by the 2021 spring awards of the APS.
The "eSPS" could drive new dark-sector searches and facilitate plasma wakefield R&D.
Work now turns to connecting such observations with the known suppression and regeneration mechanisms in heavy-ion collisions.
LHCb has probed hidden-valley scenarios which exhibit confinement in an analogous way to how the strong nuclear force confines quarks.
The tetraquark candidate could be a bound state of a charm-up diquark and its anti-diquark.
Oliver Brüning has taken over as project leader for the High-Luminosity LHC.
Brookhaven National Laboratory has appointed Jim Yeck as the project director for the Electron–Ion Collider.
Henri Laporte led civil-engineering work for the Large Electron Positron collider.
A former CERN research director, Claude Détraz made a major contribution to ensuring that the LHC project was approved.
Experimental particle physicist George Trilling was an exemplary leader, who helped organise the US participation in the LHC.