The Institute of High Energy Physics is China’s principal laboratory for the study of particle physics. The Beijing campus hosts the Beijing Electron–Positron Collider, the BESIII experiment and the Beijing Synchrotron Radiation Facility. IHEP also runs a sister campus in Guangdong province that will be home to the China Spallation Neutron Source facility, and experimental sites at Yangbajing, Daocheng, Jiangmen and Daya Bay, where world-leading neutrino-oscillation measurements are performed.
CERN Courier laboratory correspondent: Guo Lijun
China's superconducting proton accelerator is designed to drive a future subcritical reactor for nuclear-energy generation.
Prior to the BESIII result published in May, the Particle Data Group listing for ⍺- had remained unchanged since 1978.
HADRON2019 reviewed studies of exotic states at facilities around the world.
The latest CEPC baseline design is a 100 km double ring.
Physicists in China have passed an important milestone towards an accelerator-driven sub-critical (ADS) system, a novel accelerator design for advanced energy and other technologie...
A new luminosity record at the charm-tau energy region was recently broken again by the Beijing Electron–Positron Collider (BEPCII). The new record, 1 × 1033 cm–2s–1 at 1...