aMUSE financed by the European Community

The Frascati National Laboratory of INFN leads for the second time an H2020-MSCA-RISE European project, whose goal is to promote international and intersectoral collaborations by means of secondments of personnel.

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PADME back hunting!

The pandemic that afflicts the planet is having important effects also on the scientific research and in particular on those fields where the experiment scale requires an international collaboration.

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SuperKEKB breaks new luminosity world record

SuperKEKB , the electron–positron collider located at the KEK Laboratory  (Tsukuba, Japan),  on June 15th at 20:34 local time, achieved the world’s highest instantaneous luminosity, setting a record of 2.2×1034 cm-2 s-1, and thus surpassing the previous record of 2.14-1034 cm-2 s-1 obtained in 2018 by CERN’s LHC accelerator.

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A fixed target for LHC

The first fixed target ever installed at the LHC is completing its way towards the mounting in LHCb, making the latter the first experiment having two different interaction points (beam-beam, beam-target) able to work simultaneously.

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100th anniversary of Giorgio Salvini’s birth

Today, on the 24th of April 2020, is the centennial of Giorgio Salvini’s birth.
Unforgettable reference figure in the scientific world in a crucial post-war period, we owe him a lot of what followed: the golden years of Particle Physics in Italy.

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From Frascati an “umbrella” for ICARUS at Fermilab

At LNF the construction of the Cosmic Ray Tagger (CRT) for ICARUS-T600 has just ended. The latter is one of the detectors of the Short Baseline Neutrino (SBN) experiment at Fermilab, aiming at discovering the so-called sterile neutrinos at the eV Scale or definitely excluding them.

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