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New LHCb analysis still sees previous intriguing results

The new analysis continues to find tension with the Standard Model, but more data are needed to identify its cause

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Physics
10 March, 2020

MoEDAL hunts for dyons

The MoEDAL collaboration at CERN reports the first search at a particle accelerator for particles with both electric and magnetic charge

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Physics
17 February, 2020
Physics
News
17 February, 2020

ISOLDE spots another pear-shaped nucleus

An experiment performed at CERN’s ISOLDE facility shows that the nucleus of the isotope radium-222 is pear-shaped

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Physics
10 February, 2020
Physics
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10 February, 2020

ISOLDE steps into unexplored region of the nuclear chart

Knowledge of this almost uncharted region could help cast light on how gold and other heavy elements form in the universe

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Physics
27 January, 2020

LHCb explores the beauty of lepton universality

For the first time, LHCb uses beauty baryons to test this key principle of the Standard Model

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Physics
16 January, 2020

LHCf gears up to probe birth of cosmic-ray showers

The smallest LHC experiment is set to probe the first interaction that triggers a cosmic-ray shower in the atmosphere

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Experiments
11 November, 2019
Experiments
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11 November, 2019

The plot thickens for a hypothetical “X17” particle

Additional evidence of an unknown particle from a Hungarian lab gives a new impetus to NA64 searches

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Physics
27 November, 2019

FASER’s new detector expected to catch first collider neutrino

The first-of-its-kind detector could initiate a new era in neutrino physics at particle colliders

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Physics
17 December, 2019

NA61/SHINE gives neutrino experiments a helping hand

How particle measurements made by the NA61/SHINE experiment at CERN are helping neutrino experiments in the US and Japan

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Physics
28 November, 2019

From cosmic rays to clouds

A new run of the CLOUD experiment examines the direct effect of cosmic rays on clouds

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Experiments
10 October, 2019
Experiments
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10 October, 2019

Run top quark run

The CMS collaboration has measured for the first time the variation, or “running”, of the top-quark mass

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Physics
07 October, 2019
Physics
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07 October, 2019

CERN congratulates 2019 physics Nobel Prize winners

James Peebles, Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz receive the prize for discoveries in cosmology and astronomy

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Knowledge sharing
08 October, 2019
Knowledge sharing
News
08 October, 2019