Physicists used a novel scheme to channel 850 TW laser pulses through a 20 cm-long plasma, allowing electron beams to be accelerated to an energy of 7.8 GeV – almost double the previous record...
The LHCb collaboration has released a much anticipated update on its measurement of RK – a powerful test of lepton universality.
SESAME is now the world’s first major research infrastructure to be fully powered by renewable energy.
The Japanese government has put on hold a decision about hosting the International Linear Collider.
Met with an impromptu champagne celebration, the result represents a milestone in particle physics.
The quarkonium yield is suppressed in heavy-ion collisions when compared with proton–proton collisions because the binding force is screened by the hot and dense medium.
A leading theoretical accelerator physicist and chair of the beam dynamics panel of the International Committee for Future Accelerators.
Ideas from supersymmetry have been used to address a longstanding challenge in optics – how to suppress unwanted spatial modes that limit the beam quality of high-power lasers.
LSND, MiniBooNE and the reactor data are fairly compatible when interpreted in terms of sterile neutrinos, but they are in stark conflict with the null results from MINOS+ and IceCube.
A 6 m-long section will be cut into pieces and fed into a SQUID in the name of fundamental research.