Hard times for theorists in a post-Higgs world

The Large Hadron Collider’s big success leaves no clear avenue for new physics

AFTER HIGGS  In 1964, Peter Higgs (left) proposed the existence of a particle that is now named for him. Now young theorists like Flip Tanedo (right) wonder what’s next.

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