The collaboration has taken an encouraging step towards observing a process with access to the key unknown parameter in the shape of the Brout-Englert-Higgs potential: the self-coupling λ.
The move to constrain effective field theories rather than signal strengths for couplings marks a new, more comprehensive phase in Standard Model tests at the LHC.
Precise knowledge of the moment anti-atoms are produced will allow new tests of the weak equivalence principle.
The “double simplex” scheme , which was invented in 2005 by US theorist Chris Quigg, was recently given a flashy makeover by Quanta magazine.
The ATLAS collaboration today reported a 3.2σ excess over background of H → ℓℓγ decay candidates with dilepton mass less than 30 GeV.
A UK team is adapting a low-cost ventilator developed at CERN for clinical use in the fight against COVID-19.
Recent studies suggest that plasma-wakefield acceleration also occurs naturally, potentially explaining the highest energy cosmic rays.
CERN's Next Ion Medical Machine Study (NIMMS) and MEDICIS facility work towards next- generation medical treatments.
While plumbing transverse momenta of 200 MeV for the first time, new results from the ALICE collaboration demonstrate the impact of collision geometry on heavy-quark energy loss.
Brookhaven National Laboratory has successfully tested a second Nb3Sn quadrupole, marking the end of the prototyping phase for the HL-LHC quadrupoles.