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13.7: Cosmos And Culture
Mon July 2, 2012
Will Fermilab Announce Real Higgs Results Today?
Originally published on Mon July 2, 2012 10:59 am
So scientists at the Tevatron, the premier U.S. particle collider that was shut down last year, may be announcing their own results on the Higgs search today. Tommaso Dorigo, a physicist at CERN reports the status in his Quantum Diaries Survivor blog with a post called A Significant Higgs Signal From The Tevatron !
As Dorigo puts it
"Robbing the LHC experiments of media attention for 41 hours, the CDF and DZERO experiments are presenting today the results of their searches of the Higgs boson in the full datasets of proton-antiproton collisions acquired in the course of the last 10 years."
You can follow updates at the bottom of his blog post.