CMS: final Run 1 results on the Higgs boson

The CMS collaboration recently completed the full Run 1 data analysis in each of the most important channels for the decay and production of the Higgs boson discovered at the LHC in 2012. Now, the collaboration has submitted the final “Run 1 legacy” results on the Higgs boson for publication. The results combining individual channels are remarkably coherent. They provide overwhelming evidence that the observed Higgs boson couples to other particles in a way that is consistent, within uncertainties, with the predictions linked to spontaneous electroweak-symmetry breaking in the Standard Model.

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