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From Maxwell to Higgs

By Yvonne D  

CERN’s Large Hadron Collider experiments (ATLAS and CMS) may be closing in on the ‘Higgs boson’ particle predicted by Higgs, while the OPERA experiment may be finding that neutrinos travel faster than the speed of light calculated by Maxwell. This talk will review the history of physics from Maxwell to Higgs, and perhaps beyond.

A public lecture by Professor John Ellis FRS, Clerk Maxwell Professor of Theoretical Physics, King’s College London.

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