The LHCb experiment has observed new beauty-baryon states, consistent with theoretical expectations for excited Ωb− baryons.
A large discrepancy in nuclear decay rates has received new experimental support, generating headlines about the possible existence of a fifth force.
A new measurement by ALICE casts recent debates on this bound state of a proton, neutron and Λ in a new light.
LHCb has introduced Λb0 decays as a new probe of the flavour anomalies.
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ATLAS has released a slew of top-quark results, including a production cross section and mass and charge-asymmetry measurements.
When fewer than half the available lead nucleons merge and form a quark–gluon plasma, the spectators generate the strongest electromagnetic fields yet probed by scientists.
The CMS collaboration recently used a dedicated set of high-rate “scouting” triggers to extend their search for dark photons to lower energies.
The decay of the K-short to two muons is sensitive to contributions from yet-to-be discovered particles that are too heavy to be observed directly.