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Feature: What Else Could the Higgs Be?
10/30/12

What else could the Higgs be?

Scientists might need to go beyond the Standard Model to explain the mass of the Higgs-like boson observed at the Large Hadron Collider.

Image: Three-dimensional integrated chip
10/11/12

Electronics in an extra dimension

3D chips—smaller and more powerful than their 2D counterparts—are beginning to make an impact in industry.

09/11/12

From particle physics to the computing industry

A new generation of computer scientists is applying unique skills learned in particle physics to tough problems in industry, working on everything from high-efficiency light bulbs to Internet searc

ATLAS shutdown work
09/10/12

Scientists already planning for LHC long shutdown

Next year, scientific collaborations will take full advantage of the Large Hadron Collider's time without beam.

08/15/12

Experiments reveal new techniques in studying quark-gluon plasma

08/01/12

Physicists show strengthened signals of Higgs-like particle in publications

08/01/12

Particle physics tames big data

As science produces an ever-growing flood of information, researchers in many fields struggle with how to collect, store, manage and distribute “big data.” Perhaps they could learn a th

07/04/12

Photoshop contest: Where have you seen the Higgs?

07/04/12

Search for Higgs boson at Large Hadron Collider reveals new particle

Image: Higgs: Beyond “to be or not to be"
07/01/12

Joe Incandela: Higgs: Beyond to be or not to be

Physicists on experiments at the Large Hadron Collider have observed a new Higgs-like particle. Joe Incandela answers the question: What happens next?

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