At the CERN laboratory today, there’s an ongoing report to the CERN council that oversees the lab, and this includes talks from the Large Hadron Collider[LHC] accelerator operators, and from the experimentalists who built and operate the detectors (ATLAS, CMS, LHCb, ALICE, TOTEM) that are designed to detect and interpret the debris from the LHC’s proton-proton collisions. Among the results being presented today are some measurements of the properties ofthe Higgs-like particle whose discovery was announced in July, including ones that were notably missing from the HCP conference presentations in Kyoto last month.
Here are some highlights, to be fleshed out in more detail later, if warranted…
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