On July 4, 2012, researchers at the CERN laboratory in Europe announced the discovery of the Higgs boson. It was a tremendous triumph for the Standard Model of particle physics and confirmed a prediction made nearly half a century prior. In 2022, we celebrate the 10th anniversary of that momentous discovery.

Scientists at Fermilab have been world leaders — precisely measuring known physics and scouring the data, looking for hints that we may need to revise the Standard Model. Presentations of new results at a recent conference could indicate that physics discoveries are right around the corner.

CERN’s accelerators and the LHC’s detectors have undergone major upgrades that will allow scientists to collect more data in the upcoming run than they did in the previous two runs combined.