Has the LHC found a new Higgs?

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There's been an exciting announcement from the Large Hadron Collider at CERN: experiments there may have found another type of Higgs boson! We talk to Ben Allanach, a theoretical physicist at the University of Cambridge, about what the new result means. (See here for more about the sigma levels Ben mentions and here for more information about the LHC in general.)

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