Latest Particle decay Stories
Recently analyzed data from the BaBar experiment may suggest possible flaws in the Standard Model of particle physics, the reigning description of how the universe works on subatomic scales.
Physicists at the US-based Fermilab have produced a new particle that is a heavier relative of the neutron.
The long, slow decay of carbon-14 allows archaeologists to accurately date the relics of history back to 60,000 years.
When the world's most powerful particle accelerator starts up later this year, exotic new particles may offer a glimpse of the existence and shapes of extra dimensions.
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