The 50-foot-wide electromagnet for the Muon g-2 experiment has completed its five-week journey from New York to Illinois.
Using a new test-beam facility at SLAC, Stony Brook researchers are working to develop the next generation of cutting-edge particle detectors.
For the first time, an experiment has definitively observed the appearance of neutrinos that have changed from one type to another.
Undiscovered particles could boost or suppress a newly observed process—but LHC scientists see no such effect.
Scientists on the GERDA experiment have placed new limits on a process that could reveal the true character of the neutrino.
Scientists in the US LHC Accelerator Research Program have successfully tested superconducting magnets needed to increase LHC collisions tenfold.
Accelerator physicists at SLAC celebrate a successful step toward building smaller, cheaper accelerators.
Nigel Lockyer, director of Canada’s TRIUMF laboratory since 2007, will take over for retiring Fermilab Director Pier Oddone.
After nearly a decade of R&D, the International Linear Collider global design effort crosses the finish line.
To deal with increasingly data-hungry experiments at the Large Hadron Collider, CERN has built an addition to its data center—in Budapest.