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A SciFi moment for the LHCb experiment

The first pieces of LHCb’s new scintillating-fibre particle-tracking detector, or SciFi, have just journeyed 100 metres down to be installed in the experiment’s underground cavern

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Experiments
06 May, 2021
Experiments
News
06 May, 2021

NA64 sets bounds on how much new X bosons could change the electron’s magnetism

The result cannot explain an apparent tension with the Standard Model in the electron’s magnetic moment

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Physics
29 April, 2021

CERN approves new LHC experiment

SND@LHC, or Scattering and Neutrino Detector at the LHC, will be the facility’s ninth experiment

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Experiments
27 April, 2021
Experiments
News
27 April, 2021

CERN approves two new experiments to transport antimatter

The experiments are compact enough to be transported in a small truck or van

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Physics
26 March, 2021

AMS reveals properties of iron cosmic rays

The properties are unexpectedly different from those of other heavy primary cosmic rays

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Physics
17 March, 2021

Meet AMBER

The next-generation successor of the COMPASS experiment will measure fundamental properties of the proton and its relatives

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Physics
08 March, 2021
Physics
News
08 March, 2021

Potassium nucleus loses some of its magic

A new study at ISOLDE finds no signature of a “magic” number of neutrons in potassium-51, challenging the proposed magic nature of nuclei with 32 neutrons

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Physics
29 January, 2021
Physics
News
29 January, 2021

A new way to look for gravitational waves

A duo of researchers from CERN and DESY show how data from radio telescopes can be used to search for high-frequency gravitational waves

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Physics
14 January, 2021
Physics
News
14 January, 2021

CMS sets new bounds on the mass of leptoquarks

The bounds are some of the tightest yet on the existence of third-generation leptoquarks

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Physics
18 December, 2020

Recreating Big Bang matter on Earth

Our fifth story in the LHC Physics at Ten series looks at how the LHC has recreated and greatly advanced our knowledge of the state of matter that is believed to have existed shortly after the Big Bang

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Physics
13 November, 2020
Physics
Feature
13 November, 2020

A transportable antiproton trap to unlock the secrets of antimatter

The BASE collaboration is developing a transportable antiproton trap to make higher-precision measurements of the properties of antimatter

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Physics
03 November, 2020

LHCb sees new form of matter–antimatter asymmetry in strange beauty particles

The LHCb collaboration has observed time-dependent matter–antimatter asymmetry in the decays of strange beauty particles into charged kaons

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Physics
06 October, 2020