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The Most Wanted Particle – Public Lecture Trailer

During his public lecture and webcast on April 1, 2015, Jon Butterworth will take the audience on a journey behind the scenes at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, recounting the hunt for the Higgs boson, discussing his own work, and speculating on the questions that the restart of the LHC might help us answer. Watch live on Apr. 1, 7 PM EDT: http://ow.ly/KG5vC

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