Archil Durglishvili
Young scientist of the institute is participating in the ATLAS experiment of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN since 2013, where he is involved in the search for "new physics".
Tamar Zakareishvili
Gogita Papalashvili
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Beta-decay measurements in mirror nuclei pin down the weak nuclear force

The Standard Model of Particle Physics is scientists' best understanding of the forces that describe how subatomic particles interact. The Standard Model encompasses four forces: the strong nuclear ...

22 Apr 2024

Ghost Particles: Neutrinos Challenge Everything We Know About Physics

The discovery and ongoing research into neutrinos have significantly altered the foundational concepts of particle physics, highlighting the particles' mass and challenging the accuracy of the ...

19 Apr 2024

Scientists are one step closer to knowing the mass of ghostly neutrinos — possibly paving the way to new physics

By precisely measuring the mass of neutrinos — ghostly particles that stream through your body by the billions each second — physicists could find some glaring holes in the Standard Model of particle ...

19 Apr 2024

Peter Higgs’ famous particle discovery is now at the heart of strategies to unlock the secrets of the universe

A giant of particle physics, Peter Wade Higgs, passed away at his home in Edinburgh on April 8 2024, having lived to 94 years. His unparalleled legacy, epitomised by the discovery of the Higgs boson, ...

19 Apr 2024

Symmetry’s guide to AI in particle physics and astrophysics

Symmetry will explore the ways scientists are using artificial intelligence to advance particle physics and astrophysics—in a series of articles written and illustrated entirely by humans.

17 Apr 2024

Ghost particle on the scales: Research offers more precise determination of neutrino mass

What is the mass of a neutrino at rest? This is one of the big unanswered questions in physics. Neutrinos play a central role in nature. A team led by Klaus Blaum, Director at the Max Planck Institute ...

19 Apr 2024

CERN's edge AI data analysis techniques used to detect marine plastic pollution

Earth Observation (EO) and particle physics research have more in common than you might think. In both environments, whether capturing fleeting particle collisions or detecting transient traces of ...

22 Apr 2024

CERN Pays Tribute to Peter Higgs – “God Particle” Physicist Passes Away at 94

Peter Higgs, pivotal in the discovery of the "God Particle," has died at the age of 94. His groundbreaking work, for which he received a Nobel Prize, laid the foundation for understanding the universe ...

17 Apr 2024

Why we still need a CERN for climate change

Tim Palmer says that we must pool our resources to produce high-resolution climate models that societies can use, before it is too late ...

22 Apr 2024

What is the Large Hadron Collider at CERN and what does it do?

Learn more about the Large Hadron Collider at CERN what does it when colliding particles at high speeds to discover the inner workings ...

22 Apr 2024

The universe may be dominated by particles that break causality and move faster than light, new paper suggests

With the nature of the universe's two most elusive components up for debate, physicists have proposed a radical idea: Invisible particles called tachyons, which break causality and move faster than ...

17 Apr 2024

Scientists explore the feasibility of micro black-hole batteries

Physicists theorize that tiny black holes could be generated to produce clean energy in the race to create better batteries.

22 Apr 2024

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