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CMS presents new boundary of Higgs width

31 Mar 2014 | Update - For the public | Katarina Anthony | At the Moriond conference CMS presented the best constraint yet of the Higgs boson “width”, a parameter that determines the particle’s lifetime

Prodding the preshower

27 Mar 2014 | Image | Dave Barney of CMS collaboration refurbishing the CMS preshower in preparation for the next LHC run

LHC and Tevatron scientists announce first joint result

19 Mar 2014 | Update - For the public | Scientists working at LHC and Tevatron colliders join forces to produce more precise measurement of the mass of the top quark

Cool running for CMS tracker

19 Mar 2014 | Update - For CERN people | CMS experiment tracker subdetector passed recent master cold tests, showing it is ready for higher-intensity running

Cool running for CMS tracker

19 Mar 2014 | Update - For the public | CMS experiment tracker subdetector passed recent master cold tests, showing it is ready for higher-intensity running

A beautiful barrel for CMS

View into the cylindrical tracker barrel, lined with bright orange silicon strips

6 Mar 2014 | Image | The central part of the CMS tracker barrel – just some of the 200 square metres of silicon in the complete detector

Students visit the heart of the CMS detector

12 Feb 2014 | Update - For students & educators | A record-breaking seven schools and more than 500 students took part in a mass virtual visit to the CMS detector today

Physics on the front line

22 Jan 2014 | Update - For CERN people | A former CMS physicist turned British Army officer is putting college science syllabuses under the microscope in Kabul, Afghanistan

Former CMS deputy takes reins of experiment

13 Jan 2014 | Update - For CERN people | Sarah Charley | Tiziano Camporesi became head of the CMS experiment this month as UC Santa Barbara physicist Joe Incandela’s term came to a close

The Crystal Tower

7 Jan 2014 | Image | Electrotechnician Hervé Cornet tests lead tungstate crystals for use in the CMS electromagnetic calorimeter in this image from 2006

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