LHC experiments

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The four LHC experiments are getting ready for pilot beams

After over two years of upgrades and maintenance works, the four main LHC experiments are finalising preparations to receive pilot beams

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Experiments
18 October, 2021
Experiments
News
18 October, 2021

Successful installation of the CMS Pixel Tracker

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Experiments
06 August, 2021

MoEDAL bags a first

The MoEDAL experiment has conducted the first search at a particle collider for magnetic monopoles produced through the Schwinger mechanism

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Physics
02 July, 2021
Physics
News
02 July, 2021

LS2 Report: An upgraded Inner Tracking System joins the ALICE detector

The two barrels of the largest pixel detector ever built have been successfully lowered into the cavern and stand ready for commissioning

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Experiments
26 May, 2021

CERN approves new LHC experiment

SND@LHC, or Scattering and Neutrino Detector at the LHC, will be the facility’s ninth experiment

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Experiments
27 April, 2021
Experiments
News
27 April, 2021

TOTEM and DØ collaborations announce odderon discovery

The TOTEM collaboration at the LHC and the DØ collaboration at the Tevatron collider at Fermilab have discovered an elusive state of three gluons

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Physics
16 March, 2021

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New schedule for CERN’s accelerators and experiments

The schedule for the current long shutdown (LS2) has had to be modified due to the COVID-19 pandemic

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Accelerators
27 November, 2020
Accelerators
News
27 November, 2020

Breaking new ground in the search for dark matter

Our fourth story in the LHC Physics at Ten series discusses the LHC’s hunt for the hypothetical particle that may make up dark matter

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Physics
07 August, 2020

LS2 Report: A new schedule

As a result of the shutdown caused by the COVID-19 crisis, the injectors will restart at the end of the year and the LHC will restart in autumn 2021

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Accelerators
24 June, 2020
Accelerators
News
24 June, 2020

CMS releases open data for Machine Learning

CMS has also provided open access to 100% of its research data recorded in proton–proton collisions in 2010

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Knowledge sharing
17 July, 2019
Knowledge sharing
News
17 July, 2019

LHCb sees a new flavour of matter–antimatter asymmetry

The LHCb collaboration has observed a phenomenon known as CP violation in the decays of a particle known as a D0 meson for the first time

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Physics
21 March, 2019
Physics
Press release
21 March, 2019