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Inside the CMS HL-LHC upgrades at Cornell University

Cornell's CMS detector will be upgraded to provide an integrated luminosity an order of magnitude larger than during the pre-High-Luminosity LHC.

What’s next for the CMS experiment?

As the Large Hadron Collider enters its Run 3 data-taking phase, Gaelle Boudoul explains what this means for the CMS experiment.

Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory deepens our understanding of dark matter

Read how Australia’s newly constructed Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory will enhance our understanding of dark matter and the Universe.

Environmental DNA successfully assesses changes in marine biodiversity

Environmental DNA has been found to successfully assess changes in marine biodiversity when key implementation steps are followed.

Exploring the production of N*s with pion and electron beams

Professor Philip L Cole explores using high-intensity pion and electron beams for revealing the inner structure of excited protons (N*s).

VTT is advancing sustainable materials with physics-based modelling and AI

VTT has advanced its Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) toolbox, known as ProperTune, to fabricate sustainable materials.

Neutrino detectors: What are they good for?

Discover how neutrino detectors are useful for more than just detecting neutrinos, also discovering a variety of other theoretical particles.

Using wastewater-based epidemiology to track viral disease dynamics

Researchers in Japan are developing a wastewater-based early warning system and mass diagnosis tool for COVID-19 and other diseases.

Scientists discover new quantum phase for developing hybrid materials

Scientists find a new quantum phase transition, where crystals achieve amorphous characteristics while retaining their crystalline properties.

Towards underground crystal growth and detector production in searching for ghost particles

Deciphering the origin of the Universe requires new crystal growth experiments to reduce their background from cosmogenic induced radioisotopes.

Bose-Einstein condensate created using quasiparticles for the first time

Physicists at the University of Tokyo have developed the first Bose-Einstein condensate from quasiparticles.

Palaeolithic human DNA discovery reveals how humans migrated to the UK

Analyses of the oldest DNA in the UK have discovered that two distinct groups of humans migrated to Britain at the end of the last ice age

Animal evolution may have been accelerated by Earth’s fluctuating oxygen levels

The process of animal evolution could have been greatly altered by ‘wild fluctuations’ in oxygen levels, according to a team of scientists.

First animals on Earth may have evolved earlier than fossils suggest

The first animals may have evolved sooner than fossils suggest, according to a study on the survival strategy of polar marine creatures.

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