Physicists say new results indicate the particle they discovered at CERN, a research laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland last July is the Higgs boson, often called the "God particle."
FOX News Radio's Kate Alexander reports from Geneva:
Scientists have been on the hunt for the elusive Higgs boson for half a century. The Higgs is referred to as the Holy Grail of physics because scientists believe this sub-atomic particle can help explain why the universe is the way it is.
Physicists have been analyzing the data gathered last year from the world's largest atom smasher to confirm their results. They now say they are confident they are dealing with a Higgs boson, but they don't know what kind of Higgs boson it is.
In Geneva, Kate Alexander, FOX News Radio.