Who Really Found the Higgs Boson

The real genius in the Nobel Prize-winning discovery is not who you think it is

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Sep 19, 2018 · 10 min read
Illustration: Owen Freeman

By Neal Hartman

o those who say that there is no room for genius in modern science because everything has been discovered, Fabiola Gianotti has a sharp reply. “No, not at all,” says the former spokesperson of the ATLAS Experiment, the largest…

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