Feature Physics,Particle Physics, Higgs boson Last Words Last Words Tevatron’s data may have more to say, even after the atom smasher shuts down By Devin Powell 9:05am, September 9, 2011 Facebook Twitter Google The most powerful atom smasher in the United States will soon smash no more. This article is available only to subscribing members. Join the Society today or Log in. Get Science News headlines by e-mail. Submit More from Science News Sort by Published atMost Viewed ‘First Face of America’ explores how humans reached the New World New twist on a flu vaccine revs up the body’s army of virus killers Cilia in the brain may be busier than previously thought Light pollution can prolong the risk of sparrows passing along West Nile virus 50 years ago, IUDs were deemed safe and effective The secret to icky, sticky bacterial biofilms lies in the microbes’ cellulose Volume of fracking fluid pumped underground tied to Canada quakes A robotic arm made of DNA moves at dizzying speed Hunter-gatherer lifestyle could help explain superior ability to ID smells Ultrathin 2-D metals get their own periodic table The mystery of vanishing honeybees is still not definitively solved Evidence grows that normal childbirth takes longer than we thought Speed of universe’s expansion remains elusive DNA solves the mystery of how these mummies were related Tiny scales in ancient lagoon may be the first fossil evidence of the moth-butterfly line View More From the Nature Index Paid Content View the discussion thread.