LHC set to see beyond Higgs

Next run of proton collisions seeks signs of new physics

CMS collision illustration

BACK TO WORK  The CMS detector tracks the trajectories of particles (yellow and red lines) created in proton collisions at the Large Hadron Collider on June 3 — the first day of data collection after more than two years of upgrades. The green and blue bars represent the amount of energy deposited by different types of particles.

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