Background to all the Higgs excitement, from last summer: A quick explanation about why CERN people are so excited about finding - or maybe better yet not finding - the Higgs. Featuring experimental physicists from Atlas and CMS - the two big experiments on opposite sides of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Filmed in 2011 - tune in next week for behind the scenes of their most recent discovery....
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Live Google+ Hangout, Thursday 19th July; 4pm GMT; CERN People - http://goo.gl/dEs2u
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