Neutrinos: Exploring the Universe with Nature’s Ghost Particles
Dr. Jason Newby
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Neutrinos are one of nature's most fascinating fundamental particles: known to have mass, but so little that we have yet to measure it, and interacting with matter so weakly that they pass through planets unimpeded. Understanding these particles may hold the key to unraveling how matter won out over antimatter in the evolution of our universe and how many of the key elements of life are formed and dispersed in spectacular stellar explosions.
Friday, September 14 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Thompson-Boling Arena Cafe, A
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