From IRIS-HEP, April 10, 2021: Allison Hall, Fermilab LHC Physics Center researcher, is quoted in this story on the hardware upgrade to CERN’s Large LHC that will significantly boost the proton beams’ intensity.
U.S. CMS physicists from Fermilab and associated universities collaborating under the umbrella of the LPC make up a team that is the first to perform a new kind of search for “stealthy” supersymmetry that does not result in an obvious signature of large energy imbalance. Instead, the LPC team is looking for collisions that result in an unusually large number of particles in the detector. CMS recently published a briefing explaining their analysis.
From CERN, March 16, 2021: The collaboration of TOTEM researchers at CERN and DØ researchers at Fermilab have discovered the oddereon – an elusive three-gluon state predicted almost 50 years ago.
From the CERN Courier, March 9, 2021: The discovery of an odderon, predicted to exist almost 50 years ago, was the result of a collaboration between CERN and Fermilab using data from the Large Hadron Collider as well as Fermilab’s DZero experiment. The results were presented at a CERN physics talk and are reported in a joint publication on the observations that were made in December 2020.