ARTICLES BY Ashley Yeager

  • September 12, 2013
    In March 2013, capping a nearly fifty-year search, physicists, including Mark Kruse and others from Duke, reported that they had—without a doubt—found the Higgs boson, a particle that helps explain how everything we see around us got about 1 percent of its mass. One percent may not seem like much, especially in the scale of the universe. But without it, matter and life as we know it wouldn’t exist, Kruse says.
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