Ana Lopes

Ana began working at CERN in 2018 as a Science Writer for the CERN Communications group.
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Searching for matter–antimatter asymmetry with the Higgs boson

The ATLAS and CMS collaborations have searched for matter–antimatter asymmetry in the interaction between the Higgs boson and the tau lepton

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Physics
23 June, 2022

CMS tries out the seesaw

The collaboration has put the seesaw model of neutrino mass to a new test

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Physics
04 May, 2022
Physics
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04 May, 2022

Homing in on the Higgs boson's interaction with the charm quark

New ATLAS and CMS analyses place tight limits on the strength of the Higgs boson's interaction with the charm quark

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Physics
11 March, 2022

MoEDAL gets a new detector

The new detector, known as MAPP, will increase the physics reach of the MoEDAL experiment and the Large Hadron Collider

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Physics
28 March, 2022
Physics
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28 March, 2022

ATLAS and CMS chase the invisible with the Higgs boson

The collaborations have set stringent new bounds on the fraction of Higgs bosons transforming into invisible particles

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Physics
24 February, 2022

A crunching multiverse to solve two physics puzzles at once

A duo of theorists proposes a new theory to explain both the surprisingly small mass of the Higgs boson and the puzzling symmetry properties of the strong force

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Physics
13 January, 2022

ISOLDE data get deluxe theoretical treatment

A unique combination of high-quality experimental data and several state-of-the-art nuclear-physics models has resulted in an excellent agreement between experiment and theory

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Physics
14 January, 2022

CMS homes in on Higgs boson’s lifetime

The collaboration reports a value for the Higgs boson’s lifetime that has a small enough uncertainty to confirm that the particle has a tiny lifetime

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Physics
02 December, 2021
Physics
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02 December, 2021

Bismuth isotopes also alternate from spheres to rugby balls

The unusual nuclear physics phenomenon, first discovered at CERN’s ISOLDE facility 50 years ago, had until now been seen only in mercury isotopes

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Physics
18 November, 2021

A triple treat from CMS

In a first for particle physics, the CMS collaboration has observed three J/ψ particles emerging from a single collision between two protons

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Physics
29 October, 2021
Physics
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29 October, 2021

Countdown to Dark Matter Day

CERN joins the global celebration of Dark Matter Day on and around 31 October with several activities

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Knowledge sharing
26 October, 2021
Knowledge sharing
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26 October, 2021

CERN congratulates 2021 physics Nobel Prize winners

Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann and Giorgio Parisi receive the prize for their groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of complex physical systems

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Knowledge sharing
06 October, 2021
Knowledge sharing
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06 October, 2021