Scientists at Fermilab used the lab’s newest storage ring, the Integrable Optics Test Accelerator, to demonstrate and explore a new kind of beam cooling technology.
Steven Strogatz speaks with David Tong, a theoretical physicist at the University of Cambridge, to explore the open questions of quantum field theory.
The key to understanding the origin and fate of the universe may be a more complete understanding of the vacuum.
The accelerator would smash together this heavier version of the electron and, researchers hope, discover new particles.
It’s around you, it’s a part of you, and scientists are still trying to figure it out.
Physicists take on the mystery of the missing (and extra) neutrinos.
Symmetry chats with scientists and engineers about doing important work in physics without a doctoral degree.
Ximena Cid found her place in STEM by embracing her identity. Now she helps others do the same.
A handful of physicists have prepared the detector for a more sophisticated dark matter search.
The workshop is the culmination of a two-year process to provide a scientific vision and detailed proposals to the planning process for the future of US particle physics.
In new papers by the CMS and ATLAS collaborations, physicists detail high-precision results from Higgs boson studies—but no new physics (yet).
Today marks the start of LHC Run 3. So what was #restartingLHC in April all about?
Scientists have learned a lot about the Higgs boson in the decade since they discovered it. But intriguing questions remain.