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CMS tries out the seesaw

The collaboration has put the seesaw model of neutrino mass to a new test

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Physics
04 May, 2022
Physics
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04 May, 2022

CMS measures the mass of the top quark with unparalleled accuracy

Precise knowledge of the top-quark mass is of paramount importance to understand our world at the smallest scale

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Physics
19 April, 2022

ATLAS strengthens its search for supersymmetry

The collaboration has tackled challenging supersymmetry scenarios, surpassing long-standing limits set by the LEP collider

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Physics
06 April, 2022

Mass matters when quarks cross a quark–gluon plasma

A new analysis by the ALICE collaboration confirms the expected role of quark mass in the interactions of quarks with a quark–gluon plasma

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Physics
25 March, 2022

ATLAS nets top quark produced together with a photon

With its high statistical significance, the result represents the first observation of electroweak top-quark–photon production

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Physics
24 March, 2022

ATLAS seeks out unusual signatures of long-lived particles

Physicists at the ATLAS experiment are on the hunt for new, long-lived particles to help explain several outstanding mysteries of our Universe

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Physics
22 March, 2022

Largest matter-antimatter asymmetry observed

New results from the LHCb experiment on CP asymmetry in charmless three-body charged B meson decays include the largest CP asymmetry ever observed

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Physics
18 March, 2022

Solidarity with Ukraine

The CERN community stands in solidarity with the people of Ukraine, a CERN Associate Member State

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At CERN
08 March, 2022
At CERN
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08 March, 2022

Spotlight on stories from women and girls in science

To celebrate the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, female scientists from CERN share their experiences of starting and building a career in science

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At CERN
11 February, 2022