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The Standard Model at Fifty

At the beginning of June 2018, I gave an (academic) talk on the discovery of the Higgs boson at a meeting at Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, Ohio, USA) to celebrate fifty years of the Standard Model – the SM@50. … Continue reading

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Two quarks for Muster Higgs

Since the big discovery of 2012, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN has been accumulating data and making steady progress. Two recent results establish the origins of the mass of the two heaviest quarks At the Guardian.

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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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How to hide a ‘fifth force’ – and how to find one

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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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First particle-beams of 2016 in Cern’s Large Hadron Collider

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How the Higgs boson is born and how it dies: the most precise picture so far

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