25 May 2020
Have you ever pondered what happened to our Universe after the Big Bang? When the Universe was created, each particle was produced together with its antiparticle. For example, for each electron we see now, there was a positron created. But, some 13…
12 May 2020
The CMS Collaboration announced the first observation of a new way the B0s meson – a particle combining the beauty quark (b) and the strange quark (s) – can disintegrate. The observation involves two other particles, the well-known ϕ meson, which…
28 Feb 2012
At a CERN seminar today, CMS presented results for the search for new physics in the decay of Bs and B0 mesons to two muons, taking into account all of the 4.9 fb−1 of data collected in 2011. The results — upper limits of 7.7 x 10−9 (Bs) and 1.8 x…