The discovery of a particle that looked like the Higgs boson marked a milestone for physics. Results reported since then are strikingly consistent with expectations for the Higgs particle of the minimal standard model of particle physics.
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Wilczek, F. Minimalism triumphant. Nature 496, 439–441 (2013). https://doi.org/10.1038/496439a