A bump in the LHC data has physicists electrified…but what does it mean?
The Japanese accelerator takes its first steps toward resuming its hunt for the universe’s missing antimatter.
Two LHC experiments see an unexpected bump, but scientists need more data to figure out whether it's worth getting excited about.
The extremely sensitive quantum-spacetime-measuring tool will serve as a template for continuing scientific exploration.
Finding a small discrepancy in measurements of the properties of neutrinos could show us how they fit into the bigger picture.
A superconducting magnet begins its journey from SLAC laboratory in California to Brookhaven Lab in New York.
Science has a long history of creativity generated through collaboration between fields.
Scientists from two experiments have banded together to create a single comprehensive record of their work for scientific posterity.
SLAC scientist Michael Kelsey sees connections between the communities of physicists and do-it-yourselfers.
Particle physicists playfully take sides over whether the Large Hadron Collider is likely to discover evidence of Supersymmetry.
The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel’s report recommends a strategic path forward for US particle physics.
The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel’s recommendations will set the course for the future of particle physics in the United States.
Twenty years after a cutting-edge particle physics experiment at SLAC adopted a royal elephant from a series of children’s books as its mascot, BaBar (the experiment, not the elephant) is still looking ahead to future discoveries.
A recent experiment at Jefferson Lab probed the mirror symmetry of quarks, determining that one of their intrinsic properties is non-zero—as predicted by the Standard Model.
Through ‘spooky action at a distance,’ the properties of two systems remain correlated even after they are separated.
A panel met at Brookhaven National Laboratory to chart the course for US investment in particle physics experiments.