I'm looking to educate myself on some searches at the LHC, but I find it easier to understand what's going on if I watch a LHC results talk (e.g. by ATLAS, CMS, or an overall summary by a theorist) while I read their paper.

I am currently only familiar with two places where I can occasionally find some videos of talks about LHC results online, at the Perimeter Institute website and from the CERN website. Are there any other sites which host videos of past LHC talks?


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  • $\begingroup$ I don't know of any, but it might be useful to note that the main sources for keeping up with results are the talks at the largest semi-annual conferences in particle physics, in particular the summary talks at the end of them. The main such conferences are Rencontres de Moriond, ICHEP, EPS. Also, blogs :) $\endgroup$ – Helen Sep 29 '18 at 15:16

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