In the foundations of physics, it has become accepted practice to prefer hypotheses that are aesthetically pleasing.
CERN's axion hunt drills down toward New Physics
A quixotic, and slightly dubious, quest.
Researchers have seen a baryon decay for the first time, which may help explain why there is far more matter than anti-matter in the universe.
An Iowa physicist intends to find out.
What happens when a beam of subatomic particles traveling at nearly the speed of light meets the flesh of the human body?
Fashion design has never looked so magnetic.
"Antimatter is kind of problem zero. We can’t explain why there’s a universe."
TIM stalks the tunnels of the LHC.
The Large Electron-Positron collider returns to haunt the LHC.
Take a spin.
A new signal excess is probably a statistical fluke, but, if not, we could again be talking about New Physics.