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At Particle Lab, a Tantalizing Glimpse Has Physicists Holding Their Breaths

By DENNIS OVERBYE From New York Times  Published: April 5, 2011 Physicists at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory are planning to announce Wednesday that they have found a suspicious bump in their data that could be evidence of a new elementary … Continue reading

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Recalling a Fallen Star’s Legacy in High-Energy Particle Physics

By DENNIS OVERBYE From New York Times Published: January 17, 2011 The machine known as the Tevatron is four miles around. Bison graze nearby on the 6,800 acres of former farmland occupied by the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Batavia, … Continue reading

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Higgs, dark matter and supersymmetry: What the Large Hadron Collider will tell us (Steven Weinberg)

Standard Model of Elementary Particles: Higgs (Heavy, Spin: 0) Supersymmetry: Dark Matter Elementary Particles (Heavy, Spin: 1/2)

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