From Don Lincoln at FNAL: Higgs Boson 2016 Video

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From Don Lincoln of FNAL

Published on Nov 16, 2016

CERN CMS Higgs Event
CERN CMS Higgs Event

The Higgs boson burst into the public arena on July 4, 2012, when scientists working at the CERN laboratory announced the particle’s discovery. However the initial discovery was a bit tentative, with the need to verify that the discovered particle was, indeed, the Higgs boson. In this video, Fermilab’s Dr. Don Lincoln looks at the data from the perspective of 2016 and shows that more recent analyses further supports the idea that the Higgs boson is what was discovered.

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The data presented in this video can be seen in a technical form in this paper: http://cds.cern.ch/record/2158863/fil…. Figure 19 is a more accurate version.

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