What’s Next for Large Hadron Collider? May Be a Supersymmetric Particle

The Large Hadron Collider may take us to the discovery of a new particle this year that is expected to be even more exciting than the Higgs boson, according to a senior researcher. In March, the accelerator will be making a comeback online after receiving a major energy boost following an upgrade. This could compel the first so-called supersymmetric particle to stay in the machine, with the most probable candidate called the gluino. Researchers say the detection of a new particle would help them in directly pointing towards a “dark matter.” Moreover, the new particle would expose us to some of the remaining mysteries of the universe.

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