Updates for scientists

ICHEP day 2: Two years after Higgs boson announcement

5 Jul 2014 – Yesterday, CMS and ATLAS presented their most complete and most comprehensive measurements of the properties and decay modes of the Higgs boson

CERN at the first day of ICHEP

4 Jul 2014 – Yesterday at the International Conference on High Energy Physics in Valencia, Spain, CERN’s LHC experiments presented their latest results

Electrons at the LHC: a new beginning

2 Jul 2014 – A new committee is providing direction on the case for an electron–hadron collider, both at the LHC and at a Future Circular Collider complex

Webcast: ATLAS electroweak physics programme

24 Jun 2014 – Anja Vest of the Technical University of Dresden presents recent results from ATLAS

LS1 report: Proton Synchrotron beams are back!

23 Jun 2014 – For the first time in over 15 months, there are beams back in the Proton Synchrotron

Accelerating News summer issue now available

19 Jun 2014 – Updates on EuCARD-2, ERC grants, and CRISP in Issue 10 of Accelerating News. Now available online

Accelerator experts meet in Germany

18 Jun 2014 – IPAC’14, the 5th International Accelerator Conference, has attracted more than 1500 accelerator experts this week to Dresden

ATLAS precisely measures Higgs boson mass

17 Jun 2014 – The ATLAS Collaboration has analyzed its full Run 1 data sample of seven and eight TeV proton-proton collisions delivered by the LHC

ESS: neutron beams at the high-intensity frontier

10 Jun 2014 – Learn about the European Spallation Source, and Jim Yeck, who is taking charge of the project in its construction phase, in the latest CERN Courier

New ATLAS results at LHCP: Higgs mass to string balls

10 Jun 2014 – ATLAS presented new results at the Large Hadron Collider Physics (LHCP) Conference in Columbia University, New York, 2-7 June

LS1 report: first beams in the PS Booster

10 Jun 2014 – On 2 June the PS Booster had beam for the first time since the beginning of LS1

Z(4430) resonance and other exotic meson results from LHCb

3 Jun 2014 – Greig Cowan of the University of Edinburgh (UK) presents the latest on exotic mesons from LHCb. Watch the webcast at 11am CET today

BESIII and the XYZ mystery

30 May 2014 – In continuing its studies of the energy region of the τ and charm particles, the BES collaboration has begun to investigate the puzzling XYZ states

LS1 report: Nearing the finish line

26 May 2014 – The LS1 team will be popping the champagne on Tuesday 27 May, celebrating the completion of the consolidation of the splices

Higgs machine-learning challenge

16 May 2014 – Competition open to find new machine-learning techniques for analysis of Higgs data produced by the ATLAS experiment

Linac4 Drift Tube Linac under assembly

13 May 2014 – After years of design, prototyping and manufacturing, the Linac4 Drift Tube Linac is being assembled at CERN

LS1 report: PS Booster prepares for beam

13 May 2014 – With Linac2 up and running, the countdown to beam in the LHC has begun: next in line is the PS Booster

LS1 report: short-circuit tests

28 Apr 2014 – As the LS1 draws to an end, teams move from installation projects to a phase of intense testing

MINERvA searches for wisdom among neutrinos

23 Apr 2014 – MINERvA seeks to make precise measurements of neutrino cross-section on light and heavy nuclei

LHC seminar: Higgs boson width

15 Apr 2014 – Jian Wang of the Université libre de Bruxelles discusses Higgs boson width from off-shell production and decay to ZZ. Watch the webcast


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