The flagship particle accelerator at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research is to be restarted in October, as opposed to September.
The Large Hadron Collider has been offline since an incident on September 19, when an equipment failure caused extensive damage. James Gillies, CERN's head of communications, said on Monday that an internal schedule set in February to restart the experiment has been pushed back by two or three weeks, but that the restart would still commence in the fall.
"The situation is a retreat from February," Gillies told ZDNet UK. "We had aimed for the … Read more