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News Tip: Duke Physicists Available to Comment July 4 on New Higgs Boson Results
Editor's Note: Alfred Goshaw will be available to answer questions from 7 a.m.-noon EDT on Wednesday, July 4. Kruse is available Wednesday, July 4 via Skype, if needed.
Durham, NC - Physicists using the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN are meeting July 4 in Geneva, Switzerland, and in Melbourne, Australia, to discuss the latest discoveries on the Higgs boson, the long-sought-after, fundamental particle thought to give all matter its mass.
Alfred Goshaw, professor of physics, Duke University
Goshaw specializes in experimental high energy physics, and is at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.
Phone at CERN: 41-22-767-8418 or email@example.com
Mark Kruse, professor of physics, Duke University
Kruse specializes in experimental high energy physics, and is at the 2012 International Conference on High Energy Physics, Melbourne, Australia.
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