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All about the experiment which first suggested that neutrinos could travel faster than light, and the implications of this.
This article explains how the IceCube detector will look for cosmic neutrinos from small flashes of light under thousands of metres of ice.
An article explaining how neutrinos can change type
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.
The Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (SNO) is taking data that has provided revolutionary insight into the properties of neutrinos and the core of the sun.
Detailed info on neutrinos, with links to more information.
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.
Website for the T2K (Tokai to Kamiokande) neutrino experiment based in Japan. It has lots of information about 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 ...
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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