The Future of High-Energy Physics

Although the Higgs is often presented as a solution to many problems in physics, in reality, it both raised new ones and left many unanswered — such as the question of dark matter’s existence, the hierarchy problem, the Universe’s matter-antimatter asymmetry, and others beyond-the-SM physics. Investigation into these open questions is requiring higher energies, more collisions, bigger data, and closer analysis of the Higgs.

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