21st November 2009
The world leading centre for science and physics, CERN (Switzerland) is now back up and running after 14 months out of action to fix the problems.
This exciting project is now up and running, with beams of protonse circulating in both directions around the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) for the first time, after it was restarted on Friday following a 14-month shutdown for major repairs. It is hoped the LHC will help to give scientists clues as to how the universe started, in a world first experiment.
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