kaon

A kaon is any of a group of four mesons distinguished by a quantum number called strangeness.

CERN experiment sees hints of a rare kaon decay

27 Mar 2018 | Update - For the public | Ana Lopes | The NA62 experiment has observed a candidate event of an ultra-rare charged kaon decay

CERN experiment sees hints of a rare kaon decay

24 Mar 2018 | Update - For CERN people | Ana Lopes | The NA62 experiment has observed a candidate event of an ultra-rare charged kaon decay

First results published from the new NA62

22 Dec 2017 | Update - For scientists | This first paper improves the limits for heavy neutral lepton production searches in kaon decays

How universal is (lepton) universality?

3 Jun 2014 | Update - For the public | Tara Shears | New results from LHCb suggest that B+mesons decay to muons about 25% less often than they decay to electrons

Tracking new physics—horse or zebra?

9 Aug 2013 | Update - For the public | Ashley WennersHerron | When you've got a discrepancy in the data, it might be time for theory and experiment to collaborate

A new “culprit” for matter-antimatter asymmetry

24 Apr 2013 | Update - For CERN people | Antonella Del Rosso | The LHCb collaboration has recently observed matter-antimatter asymmetries in the decays of the B0s meson

NA61/SHINE

10 Feb 2012 | Experiment | The SPS Heavy Ion and Neutrino Experiment (NA61/SHINE) studies the properties of hadrons in collisions of beam particles with fixed targets

NA62

20 Jan 2012 | Experiment | Rare kaon decays can give insights into how top quarks decay – and help to check the consistency of the Standard Model

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