Discussion at Brookhaven

Brookhaven Forum 2013 David Curtin, left, a postdoctoral researcher at Stony Brook University, and Alessandro Strumia, a physicist at the National Institute for Nuclear Physics in Italy, discussing Strumia's "modified naturalness" idea, which questions longstanding assumptions about how to calculate the natural value of the Higgs boson mass.

Brookhaven Forum 2013 David Curtin, left, a postdoctoral researcher at Stony Brook University, and Alessandro Strumia, a physicist at the National Institute for Nuclear Physics in Italy, discussing Strumia’s “modified naturalness” idea, which questions longstanding assumptions about how to calculate the natural value of the Higgs boson mass.

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