Mysteries of Matter at the LHC

| November 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Two years ago the elusive Higgs Boson was finally detected by the ATLAS and CMS experiments. Now, when the detection has been confirmed many times and the prizes have been awarded, we can look back and ponder about the role that the Higgs plays in the Standard Model. In this video Dr Pippa Wells, who was the Inner Detector System Project Leader on the ATLAS Experiment, discusses the importance of the Higgs particle in our current understanding of particle physics and delves into the future plans for the LHC. The Large Hadron Collider will restart in 2015 with almost double the collision energy and thus Dr Wells discusses what other key mysteries the machine could tackle. For more high quality lectures and videos check out the links below.

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