By CMS Collaboration

The CMS collaboration is presenting several new results at the 2019 European Society of Physics’s High-Energy Physics conference (EPS-HEP) taking place in Ghent, Belgium. The results cover a diverse assortment of topics and range from precision measurements of the Higgs boson and Standard Model processes to searches for rare decays and exotic phenomena.

Highlights include the first CMS search for Higgs decays to a pair of charm quarks (H->cc), a measurement of electroweak-boson scattering that results in the production of a Z boson and a photon, a new precision measurement of the top quark mass using highly boosted top quark decays and several direct searches for new physics using the full Run 2 dataset.

Many of these results are being covered in CMS Physics Briefings.


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