CMS collaboration

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Hearing the sound of quark–gluon plasma

The CMS collaboration has measured the speed of sound in the quark–gluon plasma more precisely than ever before, offering new insights into this extremely hot state of matter

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Physics
16 February, 2024
Physics
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16 February, 2024

CMS collaboration explores how AI can be used to search for partner particles to the Higgs boson

This search uses computer vision techniques to look for collimated bursts of light, a potential signature of Higgs partner particles

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Physics
21 February, 2024

CMS completes the release of its entire Run 1 proton-proton data

CMS has now released the complete set of proton-proton data taken from LHC Run 1, including the original findings used in the Higgs boson discovery

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Knowledge sharing
14 December, 2022
Knowledge sharing
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14 December, 2022

CMS measures rare particle decay with high precision

Using LHC Run 2 data, CMS has precisely measured the rare decay of strange B-mesons to muon-antimuon pairs. While its properties agree with Standard Model predictions, it may provide clues to new discoveries in Run 3

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Physics
11 July, 2022

CMS 2021 Award and Thesis Award winners and 2022 Young Researchers Prize

The CMS collaboration is proud to have been successfully advancing knowledge, scientific research and technology for years, and all this would certainly not have been possible without the contribution of each of its members

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Experiments
19 July, 2022

CMS measures the mass of the top quark with unparalleled accuracy

Precise knowledge of the top-quark mass is of paramount importance to understand our world at the smallest scale

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Physics
19 April, 2022

Successful installation of the CMS Pixel Tracker

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Experiments
06 August, 2021