Standard Model

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Thirty years of LEP’s Z0 line shape

Thirty years ago this week, the four experiments at CERN’s LEP collider published the first of their famous results: the Z0 line shape, which told us that there are three, and only three, families of fundamental particles in nature

Opinion
Physics
15 October, 2019
Physics
Opinion
15 October, 2019

LHC experiments share highlights for 2018

ALICE, ATLAS, CMS and LHCb presented their key physics results at an end-of-year series of talks

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Physics
14 December, 2018
Physics
News
14 December, 2018

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Physics

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A new era of precision for antimatter research

The ALPHA experiment at CERN has measured a light-induced transition in antihydrogen with unprecedented precision

News
Physics
04 April, 2018

CERN experiment sees hints of a rare kaon decay

The NA62 experiment has observed a candidate event for an ultra-rare charged kaon decay

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Experiments
27 March, 2018

50 years since iconic 'A Model of Leptons' published

Steven Weinberg’s iconic paper, A Model of Leptons, was published in 1967 and determined the direction for high-energy particle physics research

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At CERN
20 November, 2017

ATLAS and CMS join forces to tackle top-quark asymmetry

Top marks for the Standard Model as LHC experiments ATLAS and CMS study the subtle behaviour of the heaviest particle

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Experiments
20 October, 2017
Experiments
News
20 October, 2017