World awaits latest in hunt for Higgs particle

Jan 23 2014

British physicist Higgs speaks during a press conference on the sideline of his visit to the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in GenevaLONDON/GENEVA (Reuters) – Scientists hunting the Higgs subatomic particle will unveil results next week that could confirm, confound or complicate our understanding of the fundamental nature of the universe. Seldom has something so small and ephemeral excited such interest. The theoretical particle explains how suns and planets formed after the Big Bang – but so far it has not been proven to exist. The CERN research centre near Geneva will on July 4 unveil its latest findings in the search for the Higgs after reporting "tantalizing glimpses" in December. …

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