As of yesterday, the Large Hadron Collider is up again and running at CERN*, albeit at a more modest pace than originally planned. Quantum physics geeks have something to celebrate - the smashing of the subatomic particles is expected to yield further insights into the origins of the Universe.
CERN’s Director of Research Sergio Bertulocci said “This opens the door to a totally new era of discovery. It is a step into the unknown where we will find things we thought were there and perhaps things we didn't know existed”.
*The European Centre for Nuclear Research