Higgs10

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Pre-registration for the Higgs anniversary symposium is now open

The 10th anniversary of the Higgs boson’s discovery will be marked by a symposium on 4 July celebrating a decade of Higgs boson physics, discussing the latest results and looking to the future

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At CERN
23 May, 2022

Higgs boson and the Standard Model in the 70s

As the various breakthroughs of the 1970s gradually consolidated the Standard Model, the Brout–Englert–Higgs field and its boson emerged as the most promising theoretical model to explain the origin of mass

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Physics
10 May, 2022

Higgs10: The Higgs boson in the 1970s

As the various breakthroughs of the 1970s gradually consolidated the Standard Model, the Brout–Englert–Higgs field and its boson emerged as the most promising theoretical model to explain the origin of mass

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Physics
10 May, 2022
Physics
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10 May, 2022

A boson is born

The Higgs boson holds the record (48 years) among elementary particles for the time between prediction and discovery, going from an esoteric technicality to commanding the global spotlight at the world’s most powerful collider

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Physics
28 April, 2022
Physics
Feature
28 April, 2022

Higgs10: A boson is born

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Physics
28 April, 2022
Physics
News
28 April, 2022

Anniversary of the discovery of the Higgs boson

On 4 July 2022, CERN will mark 10 years since the ATLAS and CMS experiments announced the discovery of the Higgs boson. The centrepiece is a full-day scientific symposium in CERN’s main auditorium. This will celebrate the discovery, give an overview of what’s been learned since then, and take a look

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04 July, 2022

Higgs10 – save the date!

On 4 July 2012, half a century’s wait came to an end as the ATLAS and CMS experiments announced the discovery of the Higgs boson. Ten years on, we mark the occasion and look forward to a bright future for Higgs research.

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At CERN
06 April, 2022
At CERN
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06 April, 2022