## Notorious computational problem-solving method speeds up particle physics calculations

For decades, theoretical particle physicists have struggled with tricky computational problems called Feynman integrals. They are at the heart of all the calculations they perform, from predicting the degree of magnetism of a particle called a muon to estimating the speed at which Higgs bosons should emerge at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Now theorists …

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