Opened in June Higgs physicists working at the Large Hadron Collider, have completed their half century search, announced the opening of the Higgs boson. This long-awaited particle gives mass to all other elementary particles, such as protons and electrons, and it was the last part of the Standard Model - the modern theory of the structure and interactions of all the known elementary particles and forces. While scientists LHC cautious, calling particle found "something like the Higgs boson," and want to be more research and analysis in order to obtain more data. However, this finding has been widely applauded, calling the most important discovery in fundamental physics for many years. But the story does not end there. The scientists hope that the discovery of the Higgs boson will also help them for the first time to look at the physics beyond the Standard Model, in which there is a lot of problems and inconsistencies that need to be corrected. But the particle until it persists, demonstrating its full normality and almost without deviating from what is projected in accordance with the Standard Model. Next year, the LHC will be closed for repairs and upgrades, and in 2015 he again will study the subatomic universe, having a high energy scale. Let us hope that it will reveal more interesting phenomena. This photo shows the data of the experiment that helped discover the Higgs boson. The yellow and green lines are signals characteristics indicating decay of a particle.