After two years lying dormant, the Large Hadron Collider again revs up – The Globe and Mail

After two years lying dormant, the Large Hadron Collider again revs up
The Globe and Mail
The world's most powerful particle accelerator, last seen discovering the Higgs boson, switches back on after a two-year hiatus nearly twice as powerful as before. Science reporter Ivan Semeniuk charts its new push into the unknown. Comments. AA.

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