A new machine-learning analysis has allowed CMS to search for boosted HH production in the four-bottom-quark final state.
ATLAS has set tight constraints on potential new-physics contributions to di-Higgs production.
The ALICE collaboration has used ultrarelativistic nuclear collisions to test the limits of hadronisation.
Precise measurements of the Z-boson production cross section by LHCb provide an implicit test of quantum chromodynamics.
Despite it being our galactic home, many open questions remain about the origin and evolution of the Milky Way.
In addition to studying galaxy formation, the James Webb Space Telescope will deepen our understanding of dark matter and dark energy.
Run 22 at Brookhaven's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider is testing innovative accelerator techniques and new detector components for the future Electron-Ion Collider.
The charge-to-mass ratios of protons and antiprotons are identical within an uncertainty of 16 parts per trillion, placing strong constraints on possible violations of CPT symmetry.
The successful restart of Linac4 on 9 February marked the start of the final countdown to LHC Run 3.
Luciano Girardello made important contributions to quantum field theory, supersymmetry and supergravity.