#higgsboson

  1. Scientist of the day - still hanging in there posting and hoping

    According to the present understanding, there are 4 fundamental forces (interactions) that govern how objects or particles interact and how certain particles decay. All the known forces can be traced to these fundamental forces. Many theoretical physicists believe these fundamen
  2. Scientist of the day

    It's 2024. A new year and new hope. Once again we wish you all a very happy new year 🌤🪐💫 🎊❤ Let's start our journey of #Physics in this new year by remembering the great Indian theoretical physicist. It's the birthday of #SatyendraNathBose , the man whom half of the particles i
  3. Scientist of the day

    If you have studied quantum field theory then you must have learned about #spontaneous_symmetry_breaking – an elegant and ubiquitous mechanism in the study of theoretical physics that, most famously, clarifies the crucial role the recently discovered #Higgs_boson plays in element
  4. Scientist of the day

    Today we introduce you to an American man who became known for his 1993 book "The God Particle: If the Universe Is the Answer, What Is the Question?" and establishing the popularity of the term for the #Higgsboson . He, rare for a Nobel Prize winning professor, took it upon himsel
  5. Scientist of the day

    According to the present understanding, there are 4 fundamental forces (interactions) that govern how objects or particles interact and how certain particles decay. All the known forces can be traced to these fundamental forces. Many theoretical physicists believe these fundament
  6. Scientist of the day

    Today we introduce you to an American man who became known for his 1993 book "The God Particle: If the Universe Is the Answer, What Is the Question?" establishing the popularity of the term for the #Higgsboson . He, rare for a Nobel Prize winning professor, took it upon himself to
  7. Scientist of the day

    In 1965, Dr. Feynman won the Nobel Prize in physics and the same year a British man made his breakthrough. It was an era when the tools of the trade were pencil and paper. He outlined what came to be known as the Higgs mechanism, an explanation for how elementary particles, which