Major upgrades have begun on the Large Hadron Collider that are expected to double its energy and enable researchers to find new particles, scientists announced. The upgrades, which involve 800 people, are expected to cost as much as $106 million. "We hope to find something completely new that will change our understanding of the universe. We are on the threshold of finding many more new particles," said Pippa Wells, a project leader.
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