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Nima Arkani-Hamed Interview with CERN Courier

"The world has all kinds of long-term problems, some of which might seem impossible to solve. So it’s important to have a group of people who, over centuries, give a concrete template for how to go about grappling with and ultimately conquering seemingly impossible problems, driven by a calling far larger than themselves."

In an interview with Matthew Chalmers for CERN Courier, Nima Arkani-Hamed, Professor in the School of Natural Sciences, makes the case for building a new 100 km supercollider that can probe the properties of the Higgs boson, whose discovery in 2012 he calls "unlike anything we have seen in any state of nature and is profoundly 'new physics' in this sense." 

Read more at CERN Courier.

Date
March 11, 2019