Duke Physicists and Students Contributed to the New Discovery at LHC
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Physicists are one step closer to discovering the Higgs boson. The Duke ATLAS group has made substantial contributions toward the discovery at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland. Read the following two articles on Duke today to find out more: "Elusive Higgs Particle May No Longer Be Hiding" and "Duke's deep bench scores on the Higgs boson search Physicists and their students''. The Duke ATLAS group has also been in the media: Prof. Al Goshaw was interviewed by the Raleigh News & Observer in the article "Scientists believe they have found 'the God particle'", Prof. Mark Kruse was on national television in New Zealand. Stay tuned for more.