Latest Antiproton Stories
Berkeley Lab nuclear scientists join with their international colleagues in the latest record-breaking discovery at RHIC.
Researchers at RIKEN, Japanâ€™s flagship research institution, have successfully devised the worldâ€™s first experimental technique for measuring ground-state hyperfine transitions of antihydrogen.
Physicists working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) announced on Wednesday that they had successfully trapped and stored antimatter atoms for the first time ever.
New constraints on the elusive Higgs particle are more stringent than ever before.
UC Riverside physicists involved in the international research; new result brings us closer to understanding the universe and its origins.
Physicists at Fermilab have discovered a clue as to why the world around us is composed of normal matter and not anti-matter.
First-ever paper on Large Hadron Collider proton collisions published online in European Physical Journal C.
The world's largest particle accelerator, featured in Angels & Demons making antimatter, is riddled with electrical problems, European officials concede. As a result, it may be years before the $9 billion Large Hadron Collider, located in suburban Geneva, Switzerland, produces groundbreaking science, officials acknowledge. This science is includes identifying the dark matter that astronomers say makes up 25 percent of the cosmos and exploring the existence of dimensions beyond the three...
At a recent physics seminar at the Department of Energyâ€™s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Fermilab physicist Pat Lukens of the CDF experiment announced the observation of a new particle, the Omega-sub-b
Scientists of the CDF experiment at the Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory announced March 17 that they have found evidence of an unexpected particle whose curious characteristics may reveal new ways that quarks can combine to form matter.
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