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Public Lecture—In the Shadow of the HIGGS!

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Published on Aug 2, 2012

Lecture Date: Tuesday, July 31, 2012. This has been an exciting summer for particle physicists who have collectively spent the last forty years hunting for the Higgs boson. Last year, ATLAS and CMS, the two largest experiments analyzing collisions produced by the Large Hadron Collider, observed tantalizing hints of this elusive particle. On July 4th, the two collaborations unveiled their latest data and announced the independent discovery of a particle. It could be the Higgs, which has long cast its shadow, but never been seen. Has the Higgs particle finally been found? Are we just seeing fluctuations of the quantum foam, or perhaps another particle not yet anticipated? What will we learn from additional data in the coming years? In this talk Emanuel will provide context for the amazing interest which these questions have generated, and where we go from here. Lecturer: Emanuel Strauss, SLAC - CERN

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