Tag Archives: Neutrinos

Neutrino platform

Do strategies make a difference? On Monday we had a meeting of UK particle physicists at the shiny new Institute of Physics building (beta version here, well worth a visit if you are in the Kings Cross area) to discuss … Continue reading

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The trouble-makers of particle physics

The chances are you have heard quite a bit about the Higgs boson. The goody-two-shoes of particle physics, it may have been hard to find, but when it was discovered it was just as the theory – the Standard Model … Continue reading

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ProtoDUNE

Interview on BBC Inside Science.   Christos Touramanis, Adam Rutherford, Hannah Fry and me, visiting protoDUNE at CERN.

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UK invests £65M in Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment in US

There were a lot of happy neutrino physicists around the UK and the US on Wednesday, as the long-standing partnership between the two countries in particle physics was bolstered by a new agreement At the Guardian.  

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