LHCb

The LHCb experiment is on the LHC ring and specialises in investigating the slight differences between matter and antimatter by studying a type of particle called the “beauty quark” or “b quark”.

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LHCb LS2 report

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LHCb reveals secret of antimatter creation in cosmic collisions

The finding may help determine whether or not any antimatter seen by experiments in space originates from dark matter

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Physics
07 April, 2022

Largest matter-antimatter asymmetry observed

New results from the LHCb experiment on CP asymmetry in charmless three-body charged B meson decays include the largest CP asymmetry ever observed

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Physics
18 March, 2022

Thirty years of Hungarian membership of CERN: the President of the Republic visits the Organization

President Áder visited the CMS cavern and the Globe of Science and Innovation to mark the anniversary of his country joining CERN

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At CERN
22 March, 2022

Successful beam pipe installation at LHCb

The beam pipe was reinstalled in the LHCb detector over the summer, marking a new milestone in the experiment’s upgrade

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Experiments
18 October, 2021
Experiments
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18 October, 2021

Long-lived exotic particle discovered

Discovery of a new exotic hadron containing two charm quarks and an up and a down antiquark

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Physics
29 July, 2021
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29 July, 2021

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

LHCb measures tiny mass difference between particles

The result is a milestone in the study of how a particle known as a D0 meson changes from matter into antimatter and back

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Physics
08 June, 2021