Up to this point most publications from the LHC experiments have been based on the 2010 data of up to 43/pb. Today ATLAS have published their most advanced results yet in two conference notes using 163/pb of 2011 data and 42/pb of 2010 data for a total of 205/pb. The first note looks at the Dijet Mass distribution using just the 2011 data, and the second looks for one muon and missing transverse momentum with 205/pb. No results inconsistent with the standard model are seen but these papers are significant as a sign that we can expect to see a lot more publications from these amounts of data shortly.
The 163/pb of data for 2011 was collected around the 26th of April so the analysis has taken about five weeks. The total recorded data in each of ATLAS and CMS is now around 600/pb
Update 3-Jun-2011: There is now a third conference note on a search for dilepton resonances using up to 236/pb
Update 4-Jun-2011: A fourth note reporting a search for squarks and gluinos using 165/pb is now online.