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This is the second part of our coverage of the P5 report and its implications for particle physics. To read
Particle physics is the epitome of 'big science'. To answer our most fundamental questions out about physics requires world class
Every year since 1966,  particle physicists have gathered in the Alps to unveil and discuss their most important results of
When students first learn quantum field theory, the mathematical language the underpins the behavior of elementary particles, they start with
Title: "The Piezoaxionic Effect" Authors: Asimina Arvanitaki, Amalia Madden, Ken Van Tilburg Link: We can't find the missing five-sixths
Gravity, electromagnetism, strong, and weak -- these are the beating hearts of the universe, the four fundamental forces. But do
Just before the 2022 holiday season LHCb announced it was giving the particle physics community a highly anticipated holiday present
2022 saw the pandemic-delayed Snowmass process confront the past, present, and future of particle physics. As the last papers trickle
Deep underground, on the border between Switzerland and France, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is starting back up again after
This is part two of our coverage of the CDF W mass measurement, discussing how the measurement was done. Read


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