THE DISCOVERY OF THE HIGGS BOSON AT THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER (LHC) COMPLETED THE THEORY KNOWN AS THE STANDARD MODEL OF PARTICLE PHYSICS, WHICH DESCRIBES ELEMENTARY PARTICLES AND THEIR INTERACTIONS
The Standard Model, however, only describes observable matter, which represents a mere 5% of the Universe. Many fundamental questions about the evolution of our Universe therefore remain unanswered. Where is the new physics hiding? Pushing the boundaries of energy and intensity will help us find answers and probe the fundamental laws of nature.
The LHCb experiment at CERN
Maximilien Brice (CERN)