In this animated lesson for TED-Ed, CERN physicists David Barney and Steven Goldfarb use the Socratic method to explain the Higgs boson
Physicists from the ATLAS and CMS collaborations explain how they came to identify the new particle of 2012 as "a Higgs boson"
LHC experiments release a scattering of Higgs-candidate data to the public
Two protons collide at 14 TeV in this simulation, decaying into four muons (red lines)
At a basketball game in Milan (Italy), Fernando Ferroni, head of the Italian Institute for Nuclear Physics (INFN) wears a Higgs-boson shirt
With two and a half times more data analysed than in July last year, ATLAS and CMS find that the new particle looks more and more like a Higgs boson
Physicists speaking today at the Moriond conference say that the new particle discovered at CERN last year is looking more and more like a Higgs boson
A Higgs-like boson, more new particles and record performance at the LHC: 2012 has been good to CERN
TIME magazine today named ATLAS spokesperson Fabiola Gianotti as a runner-up for Person of the Year. A certain Higgs-like boson was also mentioned...
The collaborations published the latest in the search for the Standard Model Higgs boson in the journal Physics Letters B