Friday Follow: Large Hadron Collider experiment stalls
The world's largest particle accelerator fired up with great fanfare in September. But the long awaited experiment had to be shut down shortly after because of an electrical error. A scientist who witnessed the startup talks about what's next for the Large Hadron Collider.
- Jeremy Mans: Assistant professor of physics at the University of Minnesota.
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