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Scientist backing Higgs boson find

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The scientist who heads the world's largest particle physics laboratory said he thinks it is "beyond any doubt" that a Higgs boson particle has been discovered.

Professor Rolf Heuer, director general of Cern, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, said he would "stick his neck out" and say it had been found by scientists.

He was speaking during a visit to Edinburgh where he met Professor Peter Higgs, the man who gave his name to the particle.


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