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High-school teams from Switzerland and Germany win CERN Beamline for Schools competition

Two teams of high-school students from Switzerland and Germany, have won the 2020 Beamline for Schools competition

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At CERN
15 June, 2020
At CERN
Press release
15 June, 2020

Search for new physics through multiboson production

At the LHCP conference this year, the ATLAS and CMS experiments presented new results relating to a physics process called vector boson scattering

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Physics
11 June, 2020

Allen initiative key to LHCb trigger upgrade

From 2021, the first stage of LHCb’s high-level trigger will be run using GPUs. Investigations into its feasibility were supported by CERN openlab

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Computing
09 June, 2020

Live from the accelerators on 8 June

Follow the journey taken by particles through CERN’s accelerators during a live event on Facebook and YouTube

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Physics
05 June, 2020
Physics
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05 June, 2020

Exploring new ways to see the Higgs boson

The ATLAS and CMS collaborations presented their latest results on new signatures for detecting the Higgs boson at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider

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Physics
04 June, 2020

Neutron stars show their cores

A combination of theoretical calculations and information from astronomical observations indicates that massive neutron stars can contain cores filled with free quarks

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Physics
02 June, 2020
Physics
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02 June, 2020

Cosmic rays throw up surprises, again

Cosmic-ray data collected by the AMS detector on the International Space Station again challenge conventional theory of cosmic-ray origin and propagation

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Physics
29 May, 2020
Physics
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29 May, 2020

CERN collaborations present new results on particles with charm quarks

The ALICE, CMS and LHCb collaborations present new measurements that show how particles containing charm quarks can serve as “messengers” of hadrons and the quark–gluon plasma, carrying information about these forms of matter

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Physics
29 May, 2020

Fresh antimatter study by ALICE will help with search for dark matter

The study of light antinuclei – from creation to annihilation – will bolster future indirect dark matter searches

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Physics
28 May, 2020