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Homing in on the Higgs boson's interaction with the charm quark

New ATLAS and CMS analyses place tight limits on the strength of the Higgs boson's interaction with the charm quark

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11 March, 2022

ATLAS and CMS chase the invisible with the Higgs boson

The collaborations have set stringent new bounds on the fraction of Higgs bosons transforming into invisible particles

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24 February, 2022

CERN fellow wins Buchalter Cosmology Prize

Dr Azadeh Maleknejad, a fellow in the Theoretical Physics department, was awarded second prize for her work on axion physics on 2 February 2022

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22 February, 2022
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22 February, 2022

ISOLDE data get deluxe theoretical treatment

A unique combination of high-quality experimental data and several state-of-the-art nuclear-physics models has resulted in an excellent agreement between experiment and theory

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Physics
14 January, 2022

A crunching multiverse to solve two physics puzzles at once

A duo of theorists proposes a new theory to explain both the surprisingly small mass of the Higgs boson and the puzzling symmetry properties of the strong force

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Physics
13 January, 2022

ATLAS gives new insight into the internal structure of the proton

During the Lepton Photon Conference this week, the ATLAS collaboration presented a new paper that describes how partons interact within the proton

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Physics
13 January, 2022

BASE breaks new ground in matter–antimatter comparisons

The collaboration has made the most precise comparison yet between protons and antiprotons and tested whether or not they behave in the same way under the influence of gravity

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05 January, 2022

CMS homes in on Higgs boson’s lifetime

The collaboration reports a value for the Higgs boson’s lifetime that has a small enough uncertainty to confirm that the particle has a tiny lifetime

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02 December, 2021
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02 December, 2021

Bismuth isotopes also alternate from spheres to rugby balls

The unusual nuclear physics phenomenon, first discovered at CERN’s ISOLDE facility 50 years ago, had until now been seen only in mercury isotopes

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Physics
18 November, 2021

ALICE takes the next step in understanding the interaction between hadrons

The ALICE collaboration has for the first time observed the residual strong interaction between protons and phi mesons

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Physics
17 November, 2021