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21 Jan 2022 | Collaboration
The CMS collaboration is happy to congratulate its members Dr. Austin Ball and Professor Phil Butler who not only made significant contributions to science but are also highly honoured in their respective countries for their achievements.  Dr. Austin…
19 Jan 2022 | Detector
The installation of a new prototype of  CMS muon chambers was completed last December. With these installations, the CMS detector is taking further steps towards the HL-LHC era at CERN.  With the future High Luminosity Large Hadron Collider (HL-LHC)…
17 Jan 2022 | Physics
The word lepton comes from the Greek λεπτός (leptós,) meaning “small”;  the electrically charged leptons (electrons, muons, and taus) have much smaller masses than their counterparts in the quark sector. For example, the tau particle is the heaviest…