When it comes to studying particles that zip through matter as though it weren’t even there, you use every method you can think of.
The underground home of the LUX dark matter experiment has a rich scientific history.
Particle physicists and scientists from other disciplines are finding ways to help one another answer critical questions.
The 30-ton MicroBooNE detector, the cornerstone of Fermilab’s short-baseline neutrino program, will see neutrinos this year.
The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel’s recommendations will set the course for the future of particle physics in the United States.
Scientists studying neutrinos have found with the highest degree of sensitivity yet that these mysterious particles behave like other elementary particles at the quantum level. The results shed light on the mass and other properties of the neutrino and prove the effectiveness of a new instrument that will yield even greater discoveries in this area.