Z boson

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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

How strange is the proton?

ATLAS measurements show proton has more strange quarks than previously thought

News
Experiments
16 February, 2017
Experiments
News
16 February, 2017

CERN experiments present results at Quark Matter 2015

There were presentations from ALICE, CMS, ATLAS and LHCb at the international conference on ultrarelativistic heavy-ion collisions this week

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Experiments
02 October, 2015
Experiments
News
02 October, 2015

Forty years of neutral currents

On 19 July 1973, physicists working with the Gargamelle bubble chamber at CERN presented the first direct evidence of the weak neutral current

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Physics
19 July, 2013
Physics
News
19 July, 2013

Thirty years of the Z boson

Thirty years ago this week physicists at CERN announced that they had directly observed the Z boson

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Physics
31 May, 2013
Physics
News
31 May, 2013

The Z boson

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