Theoretical physicist David Kaplan discusses Particle Fever and the Higgs Boson
Particle Fever, a documentary film about the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and the Higgs boson, has caught the attention of scientists and non-scientists alike. This interview with David Kaplan, a Johns Hopkins University physics professor and the film's producer, provides a little behind-the-scenes look at life as a physicist and some decision making involved in making Particle Fever.
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