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Matter and Antimatter May Behave Differently

Matter and Antimatter May Behave Differently

A team made up of physicists from several institutions has recently found evidence regarding the behavior of matter and antimatter. Their study, dealing with neutrinos and anti-neutrinos, tries to explain the dominance of matter (unlike antimatter) in our universe.   ...

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‘Ghost Particle’ Sized Up by Cosmologists

‘Ghost Particle’ Sized Up by Cosmologists

Cosmologists at University College London (UCL), England, have recently reported a new calculation that led them one step closer to determining the mass of the elusive neutrino particle. While most of the studies made until now used particle detectors, the ...

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Scientists Shed Light on the Mysterious Neutrino

Scientists Shed Light on the Mysterious Neutrino

Queen Mary’s Particle Physics Research Centre has recently received access to data from the T2K experiment, which dealt with the Neutrino – one of the most baffling particle physicists explore. Using this data, a collaborative team of scientists hope to ...

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Hunting Down the Neutrino

Hunting Down the Neutrino

Scientists from NOvA, a cooperative project of the Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, have recently announced the construction of a huge detector that will be used to answer some of the mysteries modern physics present – including the ...

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First Underwater Neutrino Telescope

First Underwater Neutrino Telescope

Construction of the first underwater neutrino telescope, Antares, has recently been completed. Since early June its last two detection lines of have been probing the bottom of the Mediterranean for neutrinos of cosmic origin. Currently 12 detection lines are aimed ...

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