Updates tagged "CMS"

LHC experiments present latest results in Vienna

27 Jul 2015 — The world particle-physics community has convened in Vienna for the 2015 European Physical Society Conference on High Energy Physics

First images of collisions at 13 TeV

21 May 2015 — Last night, for the first time, protons collided in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the record-breaking energy of 13 TeV. See the first images

Protons set to collide at 13 TeV to prepare for physics

20 May 2015 — These first collisions at 13 TeV in the LHC are to set up systems that protect detectors from stray particles before they are fully switched on

LHC experiments join forces to zoom in on the Higgs boson

17 Mar 2015 — Today the ATLAS and CMS experiments presented for the first time a combination of their results on the mass of the Higgs boson

CMS pins down Higgs with first run data

27 Jan 2015 — Recent publications from CMS use data from the LHC's first run to shed light on the properties of the Higgs boson

Results from CERN presented at ICHEP in Spain

7 Jul 2014 — At ICHEP in Valencia, Spain, all four LHC experiments presented new results from the LHC’s first run. Run 2 physics holds much promise

CERN experiments report new Higgs boson measurements

23 Jun 2014 — Results reported by ATLAS and CMS discuss the decay of Higgs bosons directly to fermions, the particles that make up matter

CERN celebrates its anniversary with its neighbours

27 May 2014 — For CERN, the "Fête des Voisins" (neighbours' fair) lasted the whole weekend

CERN experiments present heavy-ion physics at Darmstadt

23 May 2014 — At Quark Matter 2014 this week in Germany, the ALICE, ATLAS and CMS experiments are presenting the latest results from the LHC's heavy-ion programme

Higgs boson machine-learning challenge

19 May 2014 — Teach the machines: CERN launches competition to develop machine-learning analysis techniques for Higgs data

CMS presents new boundary of Higgs width

31 Mar 2014 — At the Moriond conference CMS presented the best constraint yet of the Higgs boson “width”, a parameter that determines the particle’s lifetime

LHC and Tevatron scientists announce first joint result

19 Mar 2014 — Scientists working at LHC and Tevatron colliders join forces to produce more precise measurement of the mass of the top quark

Cool running for CMS tracker

19 Mar 2014 — CMS experiment tracker subdetector passed recent master cold tests, showing it is ready for higher-intensity running

CMS presents evidence for Higgs decays to fermions

3 Dec 2013 — The CMS collaboration have measured the decay of the Higgs boson to pairs of bottom quarks and to pairs of tau leptons

LHC data to be made public via open access initiative

15 Nov 2013 — CMS is taking its first steps in making up to half of its data accessible to the public

Watch engineers install a muon detector on CMS

18 Sep 2013 — Engineers have repaired and reinstalled a part of the CMS detector crucial for identifying muons. Watch them at work

CMS and LHCb to present rare B-sub-s particle decay

19 Jul 2013 — Today in Stockholm, two CERN collaborations will present measurements of one of the rarest measureable processes in physics

Particle physics at the Montreux Jazz Festival

16 Jul 2013 — Rock out to riffs and head-bang to the Higgs boson as CERN heads to the world-famous music festival in Switzerland

Lab-made liquid may cause strange particle behaviour

8 May 2013 — A new result from the CMS collaboration takes a step toward revealing the origin of the mysterious "ridge effect"

CMS prepares for the future

23 Apr 2013 — There will be no rest at Point 5, the site of the Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) detector, during the long shutdown of the LHC


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