The High-Luminosity LHC, scheduled to operate from 2026, will increase the instantaneous luminosity of the LHC by at least a factor of five beyond its initial design luminosity.
Hypotheses are that the Cow was either a compact object being destroyed when coming too close to a black hole, or a special type of supernova in which a black hole or magnetar is produced.
WZ production, with its clean experimental signature, offers a sensitive way to search for anomalies.
Given LHCb’s current level of experimental precision, any sign of CP violation would be a clear indication of physics beyond the Standard Model.
This largely unexplored phenomenon is expected to occur when the gluons in a hadron overlap transversally, and is enhanced for hadrons with high atomic numbers.
The ATLAS collaboration carried out a first collider search for light scalar particles that could contribute to the accelerating expansion of the universe.
The Centre for Time, Constants and Fundamental Symmetries will offer access to ultra-sensitive equipment for atomic and nuclear physics, antimatter research, quantum optics and metrology.
The ALICE collaboration has measured the photoproduction of J/ψ mesons.
Until recently the number of theories on the origin of fast radio bursts outnumbered the number of observations.
Scientists have determined the ionisation potentials from fermium to lawrencium, confirming the filling of the 5f shell in the heavy actinides.