The ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider establishes record precision on the mass of the Higgs bosons

The candidate Higgs boson decays into two photons

The candidate Higgs boson decays into two photons in the ATLAS experiment. Credit: CERN New result from the ATLAS experiment a[{” attribute=””>CERN reaches the unprecedented precision of 0.09%. The ATLAS collaboration has achieved the most precise measurement to date of the Higgs bosons mass, reporting a value of 125.11 billion electronvolts with minimal uncertainty. The … Read more

Probing the abyss: Fermilabs’ Dark SRF experiment illuminates the search for dark photons

Dark photon particle physics art concept

Scientists have demonstrated remarkable sensitivity in the search for hypothetical dark photons through the Dark SRF experiment. They used superconducting radio frequency (SRF) cavities to trap regular photons and study their transformation into dark photons. This study created the most stringent limitation yet on the existence of dark photons within a specific mass range. (Artists … Read more