Observation of a new particle at LHC:
In July 2012, The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in Geneva announced they had captured a new particle that may be identified with the long-sought Higgs boson in two separate experiments, ATLAS and CMS, both of which independently confirmed the particle’s existence. A world-wide collaboration of more than 5,000 researchers contributed to the discovery. Both collaborations published the article describing the discovery in Physics Letters B. To celebrate this historical discovery, Elsevier are publishing both articles together with a foreword by Peter Higgs and the other scientists that predicted the existence of the so-called Higgs boson.
- To download a PDF of the booklet for free, click here.
To order a copy of the journal issue (in soft or hard cover) in which the groundbreaking article appeared, or an eye-catching, full-color, 16.5" x 23.4" (420 x 594mm) poster of the journal cover, please also use the dropdown box below.
- We have also selected a few of our favorite CERN/boson-related images which you might like to download free to use as desktop wallpaper or screensavers.
- A far wider selection of images is available to view at the CERN Photolab.