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From physics to finance: how can CERN tools help to uncover market manipulation?

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LHCb tightens precision on key measurements of matter–antimatter asymmetry

The LHCb collaboration’s new measurements of matter–antimatter asymmetry in decays of beauty particles are the most precise yet of their kind.

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