GRANDMA, the international network of telescopes, in which IJCLab plays a key part, is enriching the multi-messenger approach to observing the sky.
The telescope ACT (Atacama Cosmology Telescope) located in a high mountain in Chile’s Atacama Desert, gave a new view of the oldest light of the Universe. The observations suggest that the Universe is 13.8 billion years old, reopening the debate about estimate for the Universe’s age and the understanding of the standard cosmological model.
The international collaboration Belle-II in which IJCLab takes part, applauds the SuperKEKB's success. The collider located at KEK, near Tokyo in Japan, has achieved last June 15th, the world's highest luminosity.
The CUPID-Mo experiment at the Laboratoire Souterrain de Modane (France) has taken a major step in the data analysis started in September 2019.
The CERN Council has updated today, June 19, the strategy that will guide the future of particle physics in Europe
Dark Matter: the international XENON collaboration, in which IJCLab is involved, has just communicated surprising results of the experiment carried out with the XENON1T detector.
Konie Al-Khoury of IJCLab, has been given a best-poster award during the LHCP2020 Conference, wich has been held Online for the first time.
FERMILAB (USA) set up a new web for DUNE, the experiment on neutrino oscillations in which IJCLab is involved.
Exceptional circumstances call for exceptional measures: through its PRA (Plan de Reprise d'Activités- Disaster recovery plan), IJCLab supports the organization of Thesis Defences and HDR (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches), applying appropriate protection measures!
To calculate more reliable stellar evolution scenarios, astrophysicists need to know as precisely as possible the rate of carbon fusion. Nuclear physicists who reproduce stellar energy conditions in the laboratory, through collisions between a particle beam and a target, are able to provide direct measurements of carbon fusion rates...
IJCLab has contributed to the efforts of the 3D4Care consortium to cope with the demand for headbands that equip the face shield distributed to specialized structures in Paris and around.
Since the shutdown of its detectors in early 2018, the international Double-Chooz collaboration has continued to analyze its data in order to constrain the θ13 angle as much as possible. Its value characterizes the least known mode of oscillation of neutrinos on which subsequent research on the asymmetry between neutrinos and antineutrinos hinges.
Achille Stocchi gave recently two interviews: one to Université Paris-Saclay, the other to CNRS-IN2P3, presenting our laboratory at the local and national levels.
The MITI (Mission for Transversal and Interdisciplinary Initiatives) of the CNRS has selected projects intended to support and strengthen the interdisciplinarity between the CNRS institutes within the framework of its 80 Prime call for projects.
The PartonicNucleus project, winner of an ERC (European Research Council) grant, will certainly contribute to our understanding of the dynamics of quarks in the atomic nucleus.