In Search for Elusive Boson, U.S. Experience vs. European Technology

Reidar Hahn, Fermilab

Young-Kee Kim, deputy director of Fermilab, says that even if CERN's collider finds the Higgs boson, Fermilab "could still deliver important information about it."
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In the search for what could be the universe's lone undiscovered fundamental particle, the big new atom-smasher in Switzerland is widely regarded as the only game in town.

The Large Hadron Collider, built by the European group CERN, is several times...

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