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New Restrictions for Higgs Boson
7.08.2008 14:56
New Restrictions for Higgs Boson
Higgs boson (from http://www.particlezoo.net)

Press service of Russian Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, located in the town of Dubna, reports about new data on Higgs boson.
      
      Collaborations of Russian scientists and their colleagues from other countries, called CDF and DZero and located in Fermilab (National Fermi acceleration laboratory, USA), recently announced about 95% probability of absence of Higgs boson in mass range of 170 GeV. Such a conclusion resulted from processing of data, received within mentioned experimental collaborations.
      
      DZero experiment involves 600 scientists from 90 scientific organizations of 18 countries, and CDF collaboration employs 635 physicists from 63 research centres of 15 countries. Our fellow countrymen take active part in both experiments.
      
      Source: CNews.ru


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