The LHCb data also confirm that the structure previously reported by the collaboration in 2015 has now been resolved into two narrow, overlapping peaks.
Ever since the early days of CERN, the Serbian scientific community has made strong contributions to CERN’s projects.
On 8 April, CERN unveiled plans for a major new facility for scientific education and outreach.
On 10 April, researchers working on the Event Horizon Telescope released the first direct image of a black hole.
Physicists used a novel scheme to channel 850 TW laser pulses through a 20 cm-long plasma, allowing electron beams to be accelerated to an energy of 7.8 GeV – almost double the previous record...
The LHCb collaboration has released a much anticipated update on its measurement of RK – a powerful test of lepton universality.
SESAME is now the world’s first major research infrastructure to be fully powered by renewable energy.
The Japanese government has put on hold a decision about hosting the International Linear Collider.
Met with an impromptu champagne celebration, the result represents a milestone in particle physics.
The quarkonium yield is suppressed in heavy-ion collisions when compared with proton–proton collisions because the binding force is screened by the hot and dense medium.