LHC Still on track to rewrite the textbooks
By James Dacey
CERN has confirmed that it is circulating two beams simultaneously around the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
The advance took place just over one hour ago and was announced at a press conference at the particle physics laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland.
“We are at the end of 20 years of effort from the international scientific community,” said Fabiola Gianotti, the Italian particle physicist in charge of the ATLAS experiment.
“This is the beginning of a fantastic new era of physics, which we hope will change the physics textbooks.”
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