CERN’s particle smasher set for new experiments

CERN’s particle smasher set for new experiments

The world's biggest particle smasher, based in Geneva, was set on Wednesday to start unprecedented experiments after a two-year upgrade to crank up energy levels in a bid to unlock more mysteries of the universe.

Geneva particle smasher sets energy level record

Geneva particle smasher sets energy level record

CERN fires up particle smasher after upgrade

CERN fires up particle smasher after upgrade

CERN poised to restart particle accelerator

CERN poised to restart particle accelerator

Short-circuit halts particle collider’s reboot

Short-circuit halts particle collider’s reboot

CERN scientists measure Higgs boson particle

CERN scientists measure Higgs boson particle

CERN ready to reboot largest particle collider

CERN ready to reboot largest particle collider

Italian woman named to head CERN physics lab

Italian woman named to head CERN physics lab

CERN eyes more powerful particle collider

CERN eyes more powerful particle collider

Geneva lab celebrates physicists’ Nobel Prize

Geneva lab celebrates physicists’ Nobel Prize

Geneva physics lab shuts down accelerator

Geneva physics lab shuts down accelerator