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Shrinking Higgs brings optimism to US lab

Tevatron gains renewed hope of bagging the particle that endows mass.

What everyone is waiting for: a simulation of the detection of the Higgs boson. Credit: SPL
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Hogan, J. Shrinking Higgs brings optimism to US lab. Nature (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/news070108-4

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