Latest Antineutrino Stories
Physicists searching for a hypothetical and rare process involving radioactive decay of atomic nuclei have gotten their most sensitive results to date, suggesting that these mysterious particles behave like other elementary particles at the quantum level.
An international team of physicists collaborating on a neutrino experiment that began six years ago released their first results on Thursday, and they report that for the first time they have witnessed an elusive process in which one type of these subatomic particles transforms into another.
An international particle physics collaboration today announced its first results toward answering a longstanding question – how the elusive particles called neutrinos can appear to vanish as they travel through space.
They were always mysterious.
A new Chinese experiment could help explain why matter predominates over antimatter in the universe.
The results of a high-profile Fermilab physics experiment involving a University of Michigan professor appear to confirm strange 20-year-old findings that poke holes in the standard model, suggesting the existence of a new elementary particle: a fourth flavor of neutrino.
An international team including scientists from Princeton University has detected subatomic particles deep within the Earth's interior.
Scientists of the MINOS experiment at the Department of Energyâ€™s Fermi National Accelerator laboratory today (June 14) announced the worldâ€™s most precise measurement to date of the parameters that govern antineutrino oscillations, the back-and-forth transformations of antineutrinos from one type to another.
Will the universe expand outward for all of eternity and end in a vast, dark, cold, sterile, diffuse nothingness?
International inspectors may have a new tool in the form of an antineutrino detector that could help them peer inside a working nuclear reactor.
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