Crowd4SDG launches its final call for projects to tackle climate change and promote justice
ATTRACT, a research and innovation project funded by the European Union and backed by a consortium of nine partners, including CERN, will commit €28 million to finance 36 projects from more than 20 countries
A full-size, US-produced HL-LHC quadrupole magnet based on niobium–tin technology has passed a critical endurance test, another step towards confirming the technology’s viability inside accelerators
Since its discovery in 2012, the Higgs boson has become one of the most powerful tools to probe our understanding of nature and, with that, examine some of the biggest open questions in physics today.
Two European research institutes have recently signed an agreement to become the latest members of CERN’s hub in the IBM Quantum Network.
Joint-polarisation measurements of the W and Z bosons provide new opportunities to look for physics beyond the Standard Model
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
A round of applause broke out in the CERN Control Centre on 5 July at 4.47 p.m. CEST when the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) detectors started recording high-energy collisions at the unprecedented energy of 13.6 TeV