New results from LHCb at the CKM workshop

a clear enhancement around the Bc+ mass in the D0 and K meson invariant mass spectrum. The contribution of the Bc+→D0K+ decay, shown as the red Gaussian distribution, is observed with a statistical significance of 5.1σ (Image: CERN)

The LHCb collaboration presented several new results at the 9th International Workshop on the CKM Unitarity Triangle (CKM2016), which took place last week at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in Mumbai, India. ​In particular LHCb scientists found a surprising result when they studied the decay of charm beauty mesons into charm D0 and strange K+ mesons, and found a signal. You can read more about all the results on the LHCb news blog