How can the Bs0 (“bee sub ess, zero”), or indeed any particle have different lifetimes when decaying into different particles? Getting the right answer to this question started quite some time ago. http://news.fnal.gov/2016/04/theta-tau-two-generations-later/, by Leo Bellantoni.
Looking for exceptionally heavy particles decay into two Higgs bosons, which would preferentially decay into four B quarks. http://news.fnal.gov/2016/03/busy-bees/, by Don Lincoln.
These CDF data are consistent with the Standard Model expectations, and they disfavor the axigluon model with a mass of 100 GeV/c^2. http://news.fnal.gov/2016/03/improved-standard-model-agrees-new-b-quark-pair-data/, by Andy Beretvas and Pavol Bartos
A new observation of the 4-quark bound state. http://news.fnal.gov/2016/02/dzero-discovers-a-new-particle-consistent-with-a-tetraquark/, by Dmitri Denisov and Paul Grannis: the co-spokespersons for the DZero experiment.
Studying the difference in bottom quark production between proton-proton collisions and lead-lead collisions. http://www.fnal.gov/pub/today/archive/archive_2015/today15-11-20.html, by Don Lincoln.
Is there a fourth generation of quarks? CMS says, “Not yet.” http://www.fnal.gov/pub/today/archive/archive_2015/today15-10-09.html, by Don Lincoln.
Can CMS see heavy gravitons, which decay into a pair of Higgs bosons? http://www.fnal.gov/pub/today/archive/archive_2015/today15-04-10.html, by Don Lincoln.
Measuring CP violation in the decay of neutral hadrons containing b-quarks. http://www.fnal.gov/pub/today/archive/archive_2014/today14-07-10.html, by Andy Beretvas.
Using the b-quark system to search for new physics in the t-quark system. http://www.fnal.gov/pub/today/archive/archive_2014/today14-07-03.html, by Leo Bellantoni.
Every so often two parton-parton interactions can occur in the same collision. http://www.fnal.gov/pub/today/archive/archive_2014/today14-05-29.html, by Mark Williams.