UA Physicists Hope to Find New Particles

March 18, 2015
The Large Hadron Collider

The Large Hadron Collider is about to restart and nearly double the energy of the experiment that produced evidence of the subatomic particle known as Higgs boson. UA physics experimentalists who helped build the particle accelerator's largest detector hope to find surprises. "It's been quite a long time in our field since we've found something the theorists hadn't expected," said UA physicist Erich Varnes.

Read the full story in the Arizona Daily Star blog by Tom Beal.