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Cool Careers: Hunting for the Higgs Boson
Geoff Taylor has played a key role in the discovery of the Higgs boson.
Cool Careers: The Hunt for the Higgs Boson
Elisabetta Barberio spent the past two decades designing and carrying out experiments that helped to find the Higgs boson.
Expert Opinion: ATLAS and CMS experiments present Higgs search status
It's far too early to say whether ATLAS and CMS have discovered the Higgs boson, but updated results are generating a lot of interest in the particle physics community.
Simon Says: A Particular Challenge
The biggest science story of 2012 poses a riddle about a particle locked in a field, wrapped in a mystery and out of the ordinary.
Up Close: Particles of doubt: What if it wasn't the Higgs boson?
Physicists Dr Serguei Ganjour and Dr Martin White delve into the details around the "likely" discovery of the Higgs boson and discuss the uncertainties that still surround the newly observed particle. They ask what it means for our understanding of the universe and of physics if it turns out not to be the Higgs.
Online Feature: First glimpse of the Higgs boson
How to interpret CERN’s announcement.
Online Feature: CERN discovers a Higgs-like particle: let the party (and head-scratching) begin
The discovery of the Higgs boson is the most significant finding in particle physics for decades and is potentially capable of solving a long-standing mystery concerning the origin of mass.
Online Feature: Goodbye, for a while, to the Large Hadron Collider
The Large Hadron Collider has temporarily shut down, but will return stronger than ever.
Online Feature: Could the Higgs Nobel be the end of particle physics?
While the discovery of the Higgs boson has been awarded the 2013 Nobel Prize for Physics, it hasn’t brought us any closer to answering some of the most troubling problems in fundamental science.