In a recent CMS analysis researchers have challenged the Standard Model by investigating a previously unexplored leptoquark signature.
The ALICE collaboration recently reported the first measurement of the triangular flow of deuterons in Pb–Pb collisions.
Observations of millisecond pulsars by the NANOGrav collaboration show early signs of consistency with gravitational waves with a period of decades.
Flavour studies have a bright future, concluded conference delegates, who discussed impressive recent results in CP violation and the status of Belle II and upgrades to the LHC exp...
The FIPs 2020 workshop was structured around four “portals” that may link the Standard Model to a rich dark sector: axions, dark photons, dark scalars and heavy neutral leptons...
The ATLAS collaboration has released two new investigations of WIMPs based on the full Run-2 data set.
Work now turns to connecting such observations with the known suppression and regeneration mechanisms in heavy-ion collisions.
LHCb has probed hidden-valley scenarios which exhibit confinement in an analogous way to how the strong nuclear force confines quarks.
The tetraquark candidate could be a bound state of a charm-up diquark and its anti-diquark.
A hidden-double-charm tetraquark observed recently by LHCb has reinvigorated the debate over whether tetraquarks are pairs of mesons or pairs of diquarks.
The first evidence for the coupling of the Higgs boson to a second-generation fermion has been reported at the LHC.
The Borexino collaboration has used an ingenious analysis to provide the first direct proof of the CNO cycle.
The ATLAS collaboration has made the first observation of the photo-production of W-boson pairs.
CERN’s NA62 collaboration has presented 3.5σ evidence for K+→π+νν̄ – a “golden decay” with exceptional sensitivity to physics beyond th...