At 9 a.m. on Thursday, July 5, in Ramsey Auditorium, Fermilab COO Bruce Chrisman will lead a 30-minute non-technical briefing on the Higgs boson. Fermilab scientists Rob Roser and Dan Green will explain in plain language why the Higgs has been in the news this week, the meaning of the LHC and Tevatron results, and why the Higgs is important.
Following the all-hands meeting, coffee and bagels will be provided in the Wilson Hall cafeteria. Fermilab scientists will be present to answer questions.
Tomorrow at 2 a.m. in One West, video of CERN’s scientific Higgs seminar and the follow-up press conference will be screened live via a dedicated connection for Fermilab employees, users, friends and family. Pajamas optional. CERN also offers a public webcast.