News

News

NA63 makes crystal-clear study of radiation reaction

The NA63 collaboration has made a high-precision study of the phenomenon of radiation reaction, using particle beams and crystals

News
Physics
22 September, 2020

Philippe Mermod (1978 – 2020)

Obituary
Physics
26 August, 2020
Physics
Obituary
26 August, 2020

LHCb discovers first “open-charm” tetraquark

The particle, which has been called X(2900), was detected by analysing all the data LHCb has recorded so far from collisions at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider

News
Physics
21 August, 2020

NA62 sees first significant evidence of rare process

The result paves the way for searching for signs of physics beyond the Standard Model of particle physics

News
Physics
12 August, 2020

Breaking new ground in the search for dark matter

Our fourth story in the LHC Physics at Ten series discusses the LHC’s hunt for the hypothetical particle that may make up dark matter

Feature
Physics
07 August, 2020

Rare phenomenon observed by ATLAS features the LHC as a high-energy photon collider

The ATLAS experiment reports the observation of photon collisions producing weak-force carriers and provides further insights into their interactions

News
Physics
05 August, 2020

CERN’s neutrino success story

The CERN Neutrino Platform has proved a major success in enabling European participation in long-baseline neutrino projects in the US and Japan

News
Physics
04 August, 2020
Physics
News
04 August, 2020

CERN experiments announce first indications of a rare Higgs boson process

The ATLAS and CMS experiments at CERN have announced new results which show that the Higgs boson decays into two muons

Press release
Physics
03 August, 2020
Physics
Press release
03 August, 2020

ISOLDE reveals fundamental property of rarest element on Earth

The finding is significant for both fundamental and medical research, as the element is a promising candidate for cancer treatment by targeted alpha therapy

News
Physics
30 July, 2020

ATLAS result addresses long-standing tension in the Standard Model

A new ATLAS measurement of a key feature of the Standard Model known as lepton flavour universality suggests that a previous discrepancy measured by the LEP collider in W boson decays may be due to a fluctuation

News
Physics
29 July, 2020