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Peter Higgs’ famous particle discovery is now at the heart of strategies to unlock the secrets of the universe

By Martin Bauer, Associate Professor of Physics, Durham University
A giant of particle physics, Peter Wade Higgs, passed away at his home in Edinburgh on April 8 2024, having lived to 94 years. His unparalleled legacy, epitomised by the discovery of the Higgs boson, continues to profoundly shape the future of particle physics like no other discovery before it. This is the story of his legacy.

When Higgs was born in 1929, our understanding of matter was completely…The Conversation

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