July 4 marks the 10th anniversary of the discovery of the Higgs boson.
The 2013 documentary Particle Fever follows physicists from the start-up of the LHC through the discovery of the Higgs boson. Where are those physicists now?
The discovery of the Higgs boson inspired young people around the world to pursue a career in science and technology.
Professors find ways to show students that physics is more than just a set of laws and equations.
Meet a physicist who ran away to join the circus.
In a recent exhibit, the artist wove fantasy and physics to illustrate the temporal funk of living through a pandemic.
The CDF experiment at Fermilab measured the mass of the W boson and came up with an answer that no one expected.
Black physicists say efforts to recruit and retain more Black students must concentrate on challenges they face at both Historically Black Colleges and Universities and Primarily White Institutions.
A pilot program, designed in part by educators at Sanford Underground Research Facility, is introducing computational thinking into elementary school curricula.
Neglected theories will wilt and wither but can bloom again with enough attention.
Scientists worried Higgs pairs would be too rare for LHC experiments to find. But by using machine learning, they now are getting tantalizingly close.
CERN’s accelerators and the LHC’s detectors have undergone major upgrades that will allow scientists to collect more data in the upcoming run than they did in the previous two runs combined.
Building international research communities is a cornerstone of Murayama’s physics career.
For the Muon g-2 experiment, researchers create billions of muons to study their surprising properties.
The catalysts for inspiration are hard work and innumerable connections with a wider scientific community.
Patty McBride was recently elected the next leader of an experiment at the LHC. But her proudest moments remain seeing her collaborators succeed.