On 4 July at 0900 CEST, one of the most hotly anticipated science seminars in a decade will be held, announcing new results from the CMS and ATLAS experiments at the LHC, which are both searching for the Higgs boson.
The seminar will be held live from CERN in Geneva and simulcast to the Conference on High Energy Physics (ICHEP) in Melbourne.
And we'll be there.
Our friend, Samuel Richards, a filmmaker from New Zealand will be on hand in Melbourne at ICHEP to document the seminar, and we'll be posting his thoughts and photographs here.
For background reading on why all this matters, take a look at these excellent primers from ATLAS physicist, Jon Butterworth and theoretical physicist, Sean Carroll.
Image © Samuel Richards