The ALICE, CMS and LHCb collaborations present new measurements that show how particles containing charm quarks can serve as “messengers” of hadrons and the quark–gluon plasma, carrying information about these forms of matter
The study of light antinuclei – from creation to annihilation – will bolster future indirect dark matter searches
The result represents an essential step towards using these molecules for fundamental physics research and beyond
The CLOUD collaboration has revealed a new mechanism that drives winter smog episodes in cities
Further studies could be used to test the Standard Model of particle physics
CERN establishes a task force to identify and support contributions from the Organization to combatting the COVID-19 pandemic
A travelling art exhibition entitled ‘Quantum/Broken Symmetries’* will bring the fruit of CERN’s art and science residencies to four new museums worldwide in 2020.
The measurements are consistent with predictions for “normal” matter and pave the way for future precision studies