Tevatron tightens up the race for the Higgs

With the Large Hadron Collider still in the repair shop, the race to find the Higgs boson has become a lot tighter, thanks to the older and less powerful - but working - Tevatron collider near Chicago. Tevatron physicists said that by early 2011 they will have the data to either find the Higgs or rule it out.

Full story on New Scientist



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