Arts at CERN announces two new residency awards for the second edition of Simetría.
The BASE collaboration is developing a transportable antiproton trap to make higher-precision measurements of the properties of antimatter
No previous knowledge of quantum physics is required to follow these open, free lectures on quantum computing
The result surpasses previous best mass limits achieved with CERN’s predecessor collider to the LHC
Arts at CERN is announcing an international call for Collide, its flagship programme consisting of a residency award of up to three months divided between CERN and the city of Barcelona.
On 30 October, CERN will be joining scientists around the world who are shedding light on one of the darkest mysteries of our universe to celebrate Dark Matter Day 2020
The result opens the path to study in a new and unique way the extreme state of matter that is thought to have existed shortly after the Big Bang
The LHCb collaboration has observed time-dependent matter–antimatter asymmetry in the decays of strange beauty particles into charged kaons
CERN Director-General Fabiola Gianotti and Gian Giudice, Head of CERN's Theory Department, comment on the scientific vision and priorities for the field laid out in the recently updated European Strategy for Particle Physics