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A day of xenon collisions at CERN

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Getting to the bottom of the Higgs boson

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Is the Standard Model isolated?

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A new CERN experiment targets even higher energies (eventually)

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Accelerating News

Interview in CERN’s “Accelerating News“

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Think of the universe as a skateboard park: Supernovas and sphalerons

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Could the Higgs boson have been discovered by accident?

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Is this the plot with the most physics?

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How CERN’s Large Hadron Collider gives us insight into the unknown

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Picturing particles: the evolution of event displays

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