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Join Professor Bill Murray to find out more about the Higgs Boson

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The Higgs boson discovered at LHC in 2012 is something radically different from every particle of force seen before, indeed is neither particle not force but something new. It completes the Standard Model of particle physics, but it raises profound questions, which may explain mysteries about how the Universe began - or how it may end. Join Professor Bill Murray from the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, who will explain how we know what we know, and how we might learn more about some of the biggest questions of existence.

The talk is suitable for A-Level students and those aged over 16, and will last for around 60 minutes. It will take place via Zoom - we will send details of how to join to all those who register.

If you are a teacher and would like to arrange a live Q&A with your class after the talk, please email visitral@stfc.ac.uk.

If you're not able to join the webinar live, but would like a recording of it, please register and select the option to receive the recording on the order form.

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