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What Next? (Live Q&A in about an hour)

It’s the day after finding a new particle, which looks an awful lot like the Standard Model Higgs boson. CERN is relatively quiet. Many of us are very, very tired. But new collisions are happening in the LHC, new data are pouring in, and there are new questions now for us to answer. Is this really the Higgs? Does it look exactly the way the Standard Model says it does? Or is it different in some way that will give us clues to new directions in physics? What other particles are still out there for us to discover?

Join me, ATLAS physicist Zach Marshall, and theorist Matt Strassler, as we take a look at some of these questions in a live online Q&A with Nature News. It starts in only an hour and fifteen minutes, at 3:00 PM in Switzerland, 2:00 PM in Britain, and 9:00 AM on the east coast of the United States.

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