With the discovery of the Higgs boson in 2012, scientists have turned their attention to studying the particle’s interactions. One interesting idea is to scatter two Higgs bosons off one another. This will require observing considerable data. In the meantime, physicists study the collisions of pairs of other bosons. In this video, Fermilab physicist Rafael Lopes de Sa explains the current situation. View the video. Video: US CMS

This is one of several videos in a new series titled “Got a Minute?”, produced by the US CMS collaboration. Sadia Khalil explains how physicists studying collisions at the Large Hadron Collider determine what data to keep and what to throw away when dealing with the huge amounts of information LHC collisions generate. View the video. Video: US CMS