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LHCb's new analysis confirms old puzzle

LHCb physicists today presented their latest analysis of the rare B → K*μμ decay. The new results show deviations from Standard Model calculations

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Experiments
20 March, 2015
Experiments
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20 March, 15

50 years of particle physics at Moriond

Don't miss today's webcast at 5.30pm celebrating 50 years of particle physics at the Rencontres de Moriond in Italy

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At CERN
19 March, 2015

CALET: A stopover at CERN before flying to space

The CALorimetric Electron Telescope is preparing for installation in the flight module that will bring it to its final destination on the ISS

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Experiments
18 March, 2015

XFELs in the study of biological structure

The femtosecond pulses and astonishing peak brilliance of X-ray free-electron lasers are enabling whole new classes of experiments for imaging biology

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Engineering
16 March, 2015
Engineering
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16 March, 15

A luminous future for the LHC

Work continues apace for the high-luminosity upgrade for the LHC 10 years from now

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Accelerators
13 March, 2015
Accelerators
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13 March, 15

Matter-antimatter trigonometry with LHCb

The LHCb has announced a precise measurement of the unitarity triangle angle β

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Experiments
04 March, 2015
Experiments
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4 March, 15

CERN's strategy for neutrino physics

Sergio Bertolucci presents CERN's strategy for neutrino physics today at 11am. Watch the webcast

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Physics
03 March, 2015

ARIEL’s first steps towards rare-isotope excellence

Canada’s national laboratory for particle and nuclear physics has started a new future in rare isotopes

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At CERN
17 February, 2015

COMPASS pinpoints polarisability of pions

A new result brings precision to a key measurement of strong-interaction physics

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Experiments
10 February, 2015
Experiments
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10 February, 15

CERN openlab: Developing cutting-edge ICT systems

International Science Grid This Week speaks to Alberto Di Meglio as CERN openlab enters its fifth phase

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At CERN
04 February, 2015