From the University of Edinburgh School of Physics and Astronomy with Christos Leonidopoulos and Luigi Del Debbio
The discovery of a new fundamental particle at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), CERN is the latest step in a long quest seeking to answer one of physics’ most enduring questions: why do particles have mass? The experiments’ much anticipated success confirms predictions made decades earlier by Peter Higgs and others, and offers a glimpse into a universe of physics beyond the Standard Model.
These videos are free, open resources originally created for the short course, The Discovery of the Higgs Boson:
If the course is not currently running, you can still work through the resources in your own time using the videos in this playlist.