Scientists will soon get insights into the origins of the universe after switching on the world’s largest atom smasher for the first time since the 10 billion US dollar machine suffered a spectacular failure more than a year ago. There was cheering among scientists as the giant machine began circulating beams of protons in a significant leap forward for the Large Hadron Collider located deep underground in a 17-mile circular tunnel under the Swiss-French border. The European Organization for Nuclear Research has taken the restart of the collider step by step to avoid further setbacks as it moves toward new scientific experiments - probably starting in January - regarding the makeup of matter and the universe. It has undergone a year of repairs after it was heavily damaged by a simple electrical fault. visit ebrunews.com for more info and news.