Tag Archives: LHC

Boosting boost

Regular readers (hello!) will know that the topics of jet substructure, boosted objects and the annual Boost meeting often feature here, because I work on them and they are interesting and important for physics at the Large Hadron Collider (and … Continue reading

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Ten years after the “Big Bang”

Ten years ago it was Wednesday, and at 10:28 in the morning Geneva time the first protons had just made the 27 km journey through the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. The media referred to it as “Big Bang Day”, and … Continue reading

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Anti-protons, Dark Matter and Helium

First post of “Postcards from the Energy Frontier” at the Cosmic Shambles Network. A new measurement at CERN tells us something about the way particles travel through interstellar space. Which in turn may help a satellite on the International Space … Continue reading

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ATLAS and CMS results on Higgs decay to bottom quarks

This morning two results appeared on the arXiv: Observation of H→b anti-b decays and VH production with the ATLAS detector (from the ATLAS Collaboration) Observation of Higgs boson decay to bottom quarks (from the CMS Collaboration)

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