Inside The High-Stakes Race To Make Quantum Computers Work
Wired, March 8th, 2019
March 17, 2019,
Volume 252, Issue 2

"Deep beneath the Franco-Swiss border, the Large Hadron Collider is sleeping," reports Katia Moskvitch in Wired.

"But it won't be quiet for long. Over the coming years, the world's largest particle accelerator will be supercharged, increasing the number of proton collisions per second by a factor of two and a half. Once the work is complete in 2026, researchers hope to unlock some of the most fundamental questions in the universe. But with the increased power will come a deluge of data the likes of which high-energy physics has never seen before. And, right now, humanity has no way of knowing what the collider might find..."

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