About 900 physicists gathered in Melbourne to attend the CERNHiggs seminar. CERN representatives gave a long awaited
The data was provided by two independent experiments, CMS andATLAS which were both conducted at CERN. There is only a 1 in 1.6million chance that the scientists retrieved this data if theparticle did not exist.
As common in science, these findings open up more questions:Whatare the characteristics of this new particle? How does it behave?Does this confirm what Higgs theory predicts?
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