A joint Fermilab/SLAC publication
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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.

06/15/11

String theory may hold answers about quark-gluon plasma

06/04/10

Could DZero result point to multiple Higgses?

06/03/10

Anticipating the first steps beyond the Standard Model

02/13/10

Exotic particle of the day: the stringball

03/01/09

Result of the week

Behind every big breakthrough is a series of small steps that build on each other to enhance our understanding of the universe. At Fermilab’'s Tevatron Collider, physicists have been telling the unfolding story of their experiments in weekly installments for more than five years.

04/14/08

What can we expect from the LHC? (APS April 2008)

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05/01/07

String theory

According to string theory, matter is made up of strings.

02/01/07

Abe Seiden: The Particle Physics Roadmap

In October 2006, the Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel (P5) provided a new roadmap for a broad and very exciting science agenda in particle physics research. The roadmap’s destinations are among the most intriguing questions in science.

08/01/06

Introducing the Large Hadron Collider

Our understanding of the universe is about to change.

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