A new ATLAS for the high-luminosity era
Feature | 18 January 2023
Looking inside trillion degree matter with ATLAS at the LHC
Feature | 13 May 2022
The Last Quark
Feature | 23 July 2021
Unraveling Nature's secrets: vector boson scattering at the LHC
In 2017, the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations announced the detection of a never-before-observed process: vector boson scattering.
Feature | 22 September 2020
Searching for Dark Matter with the ATLAS detector
When we look around us, at all the things we can touch and see – all of this is visible matter. And yet, this makes up less than 5% of the universe.
Feature | 5 March 2019
The Higgs boson: the hunt, the discovery, the study and some future perspectives
Many questions in particle physics are related to the existence of particle mass. The “Higgs mechanism,” which consists of the Higgs field and its corresponding Higgs boson, is said to give mass to elementary particles.
Feature | 4 July 2018
Broken symmetry: searches for supersymmetry at the LHC
A commentary by ATLAS physicists Paul de Jong and George Redlinger on the history, progress and future of the search for supersymmetry.
Feature | 8 December 2017