Tag Archives: Fermilab

A good week for neutrinos: highest-power beam delivers oscillations, space delivers highest energy

The NOνA far detector, at Ash River Minnesota, measures neutrinos fired from Fermilab in Chicago – 800 km away. This week NOνA reported data showing that they change types during that journey; the beginning of what promises to be an … Continue reading

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Inside the Rad Lab

Review of Michael Hiltzik’s Big Science: Ernest Lawrence and the Invention That Launched the Military-Industrial Complex in Nature.  

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Neutrinos rarely interact, but watch them hit the Nova detector here!

At the Guardian.

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A huge new neutrino experiment, Noνa, is up and running at Fermilab

At the Guardian.

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