NA64 is a fixed target experiment using the unique CERN SPS secondary beamlines to search for hidden sectors. The experiment looks for new particles such as dark photons, axion-like particles, new light X or Z’ bosons by colliding 100-150 GeV energy electron beams onto an active target.
I will present the latest NA64 results emphasizing the sensitivity of our experiment to search for possible new physics contributions in the electron and muon anomalous magnetic moments.
I will conclude with the future prospects of the experiment which will resume data taking this Summer after the 2 years CERN long shutdown.
M. Pepe-Altarelli, P. Silva