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Faster than light neutrinos Q&A

All about the experiment which first suggested that neutrinos could travel faster than light, and the implications of this.

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IceCube: A Giant Frozen Neutrino Catcher

This article explains how the IceCube detector will look for cosmic neutrinos from small flashes of light under thousands of metres of ice.

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Neutrino Types and Neutrino Oscillations

An article explaining how neutrinos can change type

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IceCube The Next Generation of Neutrino Astronomy

The IceCube Observatory will be looking for neutrinos. Buried under over a 1km of ice, the detector will be looking for flashes of light from the decay of neutrinos.

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The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory

The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) is taking data that has provided revolutionary insight into the properties of neutrinos and the core of the sun.

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Neutrino

Detailed info on neutrinos, with links to more information.

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What is a Neutrino?

This site explains in a colourful way the discovery of neutrinos. They are one of the fundamental particles which make up the universe. They are also one of the least understood.

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The T2K Experiment

Website for the T2K (Tokai to Kamiokande) neutrino experiment based in Japan. It has lots of information about neutrinos.

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Neutrinos

Wolfgang Pauli first suggested, around 1930, that neutrinos might exist, because without them, momentum didn't seem to be conserved in nuclear reactions. Neutrinos were actually detected 10 years ...

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Neutrinos, the Standard Model misfits

A long and in-depth article about neutrinos, how scientists detect them and questions about neutrinos scientists are trying to solve.

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