Every year the ALICE, ATLAS, CMS and LHCb collaborations award outstanding PhD students, who worked on the experiments, with the thesis prizes.
The Italian Physical Society has announced the recipients of the 2023 Enrico Fermi Prize.
The observation of the radiative decay of thorium-229m at CERN's ISOLDE facility opens a path to more precise timekeepers.
Stavros Katsanevas' contributions to detector facilities greatly shaped the field of astroparticle physics.
Theoretical physicist Stanley Deser was a co-inventor of supergravity.
Kitty was the beloved leader of the document typing service at CERN.
ATLAS sees no significant deviation from the background-only hypothesis in its recent search for heavy gravitons predicted by "clockwork gravity".
Providing valuable input for theoretical models and event generators, ALICE has studied for the first time the dependence of the inclusive photon production on the number of nucleons participating in ...
A new analysis of proton–lead collisions has allowed LHCb to investigate a crucial missing piece in our understanding of quantum chromodynamics.
The CMS collaboration reports the first dedicated collider search for inelastic dark matter using the full Run 2 dataset.