On 28 September, the all-new CERN library and bookshop welcomed users with a two-day inauguration event packed with activities and entertainment.
The Standard Model predicts feeble self-interactions among neutrinos, but probing them remains beyond the reach of present-day laboratories on Earth.
Stable beams were declared on 27 September with an energy of 5.36 TeV per nucleon pair (compared to 5.02 TeV during Run 2) and a collision rate increased by a factor of 10 since the last heavy-ion...
The LHCb collaboration has announced first results on the production of antihelium and antihypertriton nuclei in proton–proton collisions at the LHC.
Researchers on the ALICE experiment have revealed "flow" signatures in small systems encompassing proton–proton and proton–lead collisions, where QGP formation was previously assumed not to occur....
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.
Electronics engineer Oscar Barbalat pioneered knowledge-transfer at CERN.
Henry Navelet was a specialist in strong interactions.