“Particle physics isn’t dead,” reads the blackboard behind an expressive physicist presenting to a packed audience.
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Harrison Tasoff
Although the LHC only discovered one new particle, “particle physics isn’t dead,” physicist Nima Arkani-Hamed exclaims in the program’s packed final talk.

Physicists gather to chart a path for the next kind of particle collider

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