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Demystifying the Higgs Results: A Panel Discussion for the General Public [Video]

This video is a replay of a live-stream event that took place on December 13 at the Perimeter Institute



Courtesy of Edward Burtynsky (edwardburtynsky.com)

What do the results of the Higgs boson, the "God particle," mean for science? Join researchers from the Perimeter Institute, Canada's premier center for theoretical physics, for an interactive, live webcast as they discuss the latest findings from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, the biggest, most ambitious scientific experiment in human history.

This event, geared towards high school students, teachers and the public, will discuss the findings, background and implications in clear, accessible language. Host Damian Pope moderates the discussion with Perimeter Institute researchers Natalia Toro, Philip Schuster, Itay Yavin, and experimental particle physicist Andy Haas of New York University.

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