Huge atom-smasher bid to find missing 95% of Universe

Huge atom-smasher bid to find missing 95% of Universe

The existence of a building block that gives all other particles in the Universe their form was predicted in 1964 by the Scottish physicist, Peter Higgs, but was only discovered at the LHC in 2012. It was the final piece of the jigsaw of the current theory of sub-atomic physics, which is called the Standard Model.