Apr 3, 2021

The invisible Higgs bosons

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This is the best estimate scientists have made for the size of the invisible Higgs sector. The next step is to collect more data and hone their techniques to narrow in on these invisible decays.

“It’s like looking at something very small,” Rifki says. “Right now, we can’t see anything other than what we already know. But that doesn’t mean there is nothing new there. It could just mean that we need a more powerful lens.”

Lindert sees this collaboration as a good example of what theorists and experimentalists can accomplish when they combine their skills and work together.

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