ATLAS has recently released a summary gathering the results from more than 20 experimental searches for dark matter and a first collider search for dark energy.
FACET-II, a new facility for accelerator research at SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in California, has produced its first electrons. FACET-II is an upgrade to the Facility for Advanced Accelerat...
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At first glance, measuring fully leptonic decays seems a step too far, since there is only one charged particle as a signature and no reconstructed B-decay vertex.
ALPHA-g and GBAR have begun campaigns to check whether antimatter falls under gravity at the same rate as matter.
Recent results from LHCb and other experiments appear to challenge the assumption of lepton-flavour universality.
Many of the stars appearing in the night sky did not originate from within our galaxy.
This is essential to understand how charm-quark hadronisation is affected by the presence of the quark–gluon plasma.
Experimental evidence was first reported in the 1970s, but there has been a lingering theoretical controversy about the interpretation of both states.
The Large Hadron Collider’s 2018 proton physics run came to an end on 24 October, having accumulated an impressive dataset. The integrated luminosity delivered to both the ATLAS and CMS experiments...