The Large Hadron Collider has been on a bit of a hiatus for about two years; but it is not like the machine was just at rest. No, the CERN team has been upgrading it to give it a bit of an energy boost.
And now the scientific community is getting ready to send out their first beams of photons since the LHC went offline in 2013.
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