The exotic five-quark particle detected by CERN’s LHCb Experiment is here to stay.
The LHC has reached this year’s target of 2200 proton bunches in each of its particle beams.
Excitement rises over chance of new physics from particle-du-jour.
A previously detected, anomalously large X-ray signal is absent in new Hitomi satellite data, setting tighter limits for a dark matter interpretation.
Construction has begun for the CTA, a discovery machine that will study the highest energy objects and events across the entire sky.
An international partnership to upgrade the LHC has yielded the strongest accelerator magnet ever created.
Perplexed by gravity? Don’t let it get you down.
Go inside the new detector looking for why we’re here.
The center of our galaxy is a busy place. But it might be one of the best sites to hunt for dark matter.
Compatible and sustainable software could revolutionize high-energy physics research.
CERN physicist Edda Gschwendtner explains why we need big machines to study tiny particles.
A new experiment at the South Pole picks up where BICEP2 left off.
Scientists hope the quarter-ton hunks of glass will help them see dark energy’s effects.