'Dark universe' beckons as research target after Higgs boson wins Nobel

GENEVA (Reuters) – With the Higgs boson in the bag, the head of the CERN research center urged scientists on Tuesday to push on to unveil the “dark universe” – the hidden stuff that makes up 95 per cent of the cosmos and is still a mystery to earthbound researchers.

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