The world's largest particle accelerator would have detected ghosts if they existed, says Brian Cox.
New findings from a CERN study may be able to fill one of the biggest gaps in the Standard Model of physics -- how the universe broke the rules of symmetry and why we exist.
Scientists have just managed to make the first ever measurement of the optical spectrum of an antimatter atom. This achievement by the ALPHA collaboration opens a completely new era in high-precision antimatter research.
A team of physicists from CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, has made a major breakthrough in antimatter research. The group has succesfully produced antimatter using a powerful magnetic trap.
It is hypothesized that dark matter's invisible nature can be explained by dark photons that wouldn't interact with the regular matter.
Stone marten gnawed through a transformer wire of CERN's Large Hadron Collider, resulting in a major failure of the world's biggest and most capable particle collider, and instantly killing the weasel-like animal.
After an intermittent short-circuit put a dent in scientists' plans, CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC) finally began its powerful restart after a 2-year shutdown, officials said.
After being shut down for two years, a short-circuit has stalled the much-anticipated restart of CERN's Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the particle smashing machine that famously discovered the Higgs boson, officials announced Wednesday.
Homer Simpson may appear to be a simple-minded cartoon character who only knows how to eat donuts and drink beer, but these must actually be good brain fuel. It turns out he discovered the famous Higgs boson particle more than a decade before scientists did.
Scientists have re-discovered the famous Higgs boson, the "God particle" believed to be responsible for all the mass in the Universe, using superconductors, researchers announced Thursday.
CERN just discovered two new particles that scientists thought were the stuff of myth. But in a new breakthrough study, they can now prove that their predictions were correct.
In a recent scientific breakthrough, researchers at CERN laboratory in Geneva have succeeded in finding the first evidence of the direct decay of the Higgs boson particle into fermions, a "strong indication" that the particle discovered in 2012 is indeed the Higgs boson.