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The beauty of flavour at the Large Hadron Collider

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Part of the TCSS Annual Symposium

“The LHCb experiment at CERN is designed to search for new phenomena in heavy quark systems, which could ultimately explain why we live in a universe made of matter and not anti-matter. This talk focuses on the latest results: the precision measurements that benchmark our current knowledge; the tantalisingly deviations; and the discovery of many new particles, including pentaquarks.”

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