For the first time in decades, the United States will have its first new particle collider. The Department of Energy announced earlier this year that the new location of this machine will be at Brookhaven National Laboratory in Upton, New York. The research will be done with the instrument to study the dynamic makeup of protons and neutrons. The new particle collider is a strong electron microscope that shoots electrons at protons and neutrons in order to measure them. The use of these accelerators shows great promise for the future in the fields of nuclear medicine as well as quantum information technologies. The design process will, however, not be finalized until 2024, and then it will take about another six years for construction and start up to occur. To read more on the new particle collider in this article, click here.