The latest news on the experimental and theoretical values of the muon’s anomalous magnetic moment is the focus of the May/June issue. Also making headlines are a new LHCb measurement of RK, which reinforces hints that lepton-flavour universality is violated, the discovery of the odderon and the demonstration of laser-cooled antihydrogen by the ALPHA collaboration. Upgrades to the beam-intercepting devices at the heart of CERN’s accelerator complex, the flow of heavy quarks in the quark–gluon plasma, and Russia’s Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, are also explored in depth. Elsewhere in the issue: reports from Moriond, a conversation with accelerator physicist Suzie Sheehy, a review of the economic impact of particle physics, and much more. Don’t forget to sign up for future new-issue alerts here.