SND@LHC and FASERv are set to make the first measurements of collider neutrinos, while opening new searches for physics beyond the Standard Model.
The ATLAS collaboration recently released a set of results based on the full LHC Run 2 dataset that explore some of the most challenging experimental scenarios involving higgsinos.
Laser-cooling opens the door to considerably more precise measurements of antihydrogen’s internal structure and gravitational interactions.
It is curious to note that if the Ξb(6100)– baryon were only 13 MeV heavier, it would be above the Λb0 K- mass threshol...
The measurements constrain predictions from perturbative quantum chromodynamics.
The XIX International Workshop on Neutrino Telescopes (NeuTel) attracted 1000 physicists online from 18 to 26 February.
The recent Fermilab result offers a moment to reflect on perseverance and collaboration.
The first run of the muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab increases the tension between measurements and theoretical calculations to 4.2 standard deviations.
First results from the ANAIS experiment show no annual modulation, in conflict with longstanding results from the DAMA experiment.
The latest analysis represents an improvement in precision thanks to doubling the dataset.
An analysis by TOTEM and DØ researchers shows the existence of a long-predicted three-gluon state.
The LHCb collaboration combined several analyses to update branching-fraction measurements for about 50 Bs0 decays.
The collaboration is using the quasi-real photons which accompany ultra-relativistic proton and lead beams to measure the photoproduction of charmonia and constrain "nuclear shadow...