A delightfully readable and accessible account of the search for the force which ensures that there is something rather than nothing in the Universe. --John Gribbin
Every so often, physics gets sexy. The Big Bang and black holes regularly grab the headlines, and, more recently, something else has become the latest scientific superstar the God Particle. Higgs Force aims to do for the Higgs boson what Stephen Hawking did for the black hole. --Guru Magazine
Higgs Force takes a new approach to contemporary physics, and makes notoriously difficult material accessible and approachable, very readable and entertaining. --Tony Mann, President of the British Society for the History of Mathematics
About the Author
Nicholas Mee is a theoretical physicist with a passion for understanding the fundamental workings of the universe. After a PhD in Theoretical Particle Physics from the University of Cambridge, he set up Virtual Image Publishing Ltd, a company developing educational software with the aim of promoting maths and science; raising educational achievements, both for school pupils and the wider public.