ATLAS provides the first measurement of the W-boson width

This is the most precise single-experiment measurement to date.

ATLAS measured Higgs boson’s mass with unprecedented precision

New result from the ATLAS experiment at CERN reaches the unprecedented precision of 0.09%.

ATLAS and CMS observed the simultaneous production of four top quarks

A rare phenomenon that could hold the key to physics beyond the Standard Model.

An improved ATLAS measurement of the W boson mass

Improved ATLAS result weighs in on the W boson.

CERN successfully launched its first satellite for radiation monitoring in space

With this launch, CERN shows its expertise in the field of radiation effects on electronics.

First direct observation of the dead-cone effect in particle physics

The study provides direct experimental access to the mass of an elementary particle known as the charm quark.

The mass of the top quark measured with unparalleled precision

Precise knowledge of the top-quark mass is of paramount importance to understanding our world at smallest scale.

New theory explains the surprisingly small mass of the Higgs boson

A crunching multiverse to solve two physics puzzles at once.

New insight into the internal structure of the proton

A detailed look into PDFs, in particular the proton’s gluon and quark-type composition.

CMS collaboration reports a value for the Higgs boson’s lifetime

The value has a small enough uncertainty to confirm that the particle has a tiny lifetime.

Scientists studied the residual interaction between hadrons

ALICE takes the next step in understanding the interaction among hadrons.

Results at CERN boost evidence for new fundamental physics

Further hints for phenomena that cannot be explained by our current theory of fundamental physics.

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