The ATLAS collaboration has made the first observation of the photo-production of W-boson pairs.
Ulrich Becker created instruments that led to major contributions to particle physics, including the Nobel Prize-winning discovery of the J/Ψ particle.
CERN’s NA62 collaboration has presented 3.5σ evidence for K+→π+νν̄ – a “golden decay” with exceptional sensitivity to physics beyond the Standard Model
Cremmer, a theorist, left his mark in superstring and supergravity theory.
The observation of the electroweak production of W±W±, WZ and ZZ boson pairs is an essential milestone towards precision tests at the LHC.
The ALICE collaboration recently used p–p and p–Λ pairs to perform the first study of the particle-emitting source for baryons produced in pp collisions.
The result could shape policies for reducing urban particle pollution.
Pierre Lazeyras, who played leading roles in the ALEPH experiment, neutrino beams and silicon detectors during a 35-year-long career at CERN, passed away on 4 April aged 88.
Aldo Michelini, who led OPAL and other important experiments at CERN, passed away at Easter at the age of 89.
Distinguished CERN physicist Adolf Minten passed away on 21 March at the age of 88.