The CMS collaboration has made the most precise measurement of the strong coupling constant using a method based on jet evolution.
A technical design study has been recently launched for a new high-intensity physics programme at CERN’s North Area that will shape the physics landscape at CERN's North Area.
At the TOP 2023 workshop, the ATLAS collaboration reported the first observation of entangled top-quark pairs, opening new ways to test the fundamental properties of quantum mechanics.
Roger played a key role in the operation of CERN’s accelerators.
His precise calculations of the electron and the muon g-factors remain milestones in the field.
ALICE has presented new results on J/ψ meson-production in ultra peripheral collisions, where the photon probes the whole nucleus.
Legacy results from the first LHC runs represent a new milestone in LHCb’s hunt for physics beyond the Standard Model.
The ATLAS collaboration presented an updated Higgs-boson mass having a precision of 0.9 per mille.
CMS recently performed a search for new physics using effective field theory, analysing data containing top quarks with additional final-state leptons.
The GBAR experiment at CERN has joined the select club of experiments that have succeeded in synthesising antihydrogen atoms.