From der Standard (Germany), October 23, 2022: A new report on the mass of the Higgs ten years after its discovery. The CMS detector team has measured the uncertainty of the mass of the Higgs boson more precisely and the new findings have been published in nature.
From the Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, July 4, 2022: Why is the Higgs boson named the “God Particle”? Christened by Fermilab’s director from 1979–89, Leon Lederman, he popularized the name of the Higgs boson in the world of particle physics and won the Nobel Prize in 1988 for his work on neutrino research.
From The Big Think, June 29, 2022: Fermilab’s Don Lincoln highlights the 10 year anniversary of the Higgs boson, what we have learned in the past decade and what the next ten years of research and discovery may bring.