LHCb collaboration

About 704 scientists representing 69 different universities and laboratories (including 9 associated institutions) from 17 countries are involved in the LHCb project, with support from about 400 technicians and engineers.

8 results

LHCb experiment releases all of its Run 1 proton–proton data

The latest release makes LHCb research data, used by researchers to produce a number of significant results, available to anyone for a wide range of physics studies

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Experiments
11 January, 2024
Experiments
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11 January, 2024

New management for the LHCb collaboration in 2023

On 1 July 2023, a new spokesperson and two deputies took over at the helm of the LHCb experiment

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Experiments
05 July, 2023

LHCb celebrates prizewinners

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At CERN
21 June, 2023
At CERN
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21 June, 2023

LHCb begins using unique approach to process collision data in real time

Using a new system called real-time analysis, the LHCb collaboration has made filtering and analysing experiment data simpler and faster

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Experiments
01 March, 2023

LHCb releases first set of data to the public

The LHCb collaboration has released data from Run 1 of the LHC to the public for the first time, allowing research to be conducted by anyone in the world

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Knowledge sharing
08 December, 2022
Knowledge sharing
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08 December, 2022

LHCb 2022 PhD Thesis and Early-Career Scientist Awards

On 14 June, LHCb, which comprises over 1000 authors and 400 PhD students, announced the winners of the 2022 PhD Thesis and Early-Career Scientist Awards

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Experiments
19 July, 2022

2021 LHCb prize winners

LHCb has awarded its annual prizes for best PhD thesis and for outstanding contributions made by early-career scientists

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Experiments
02 July, 2021
Experiments
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02 July, 2021

Matter-antimatter trigonometry with LHCb

The LHCb has announced a precise measurement of the unitarity triangle angle β

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Experiments
04 March, 2015
Experiments
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04 March, 2015