Physicists up and down the Western Hemisphere are fans of neutrinos, and experiments to study the subtle particle are flourishing at Fermilab and throughout Latin America.
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Preparing for the sterile neutrino search: Fermilab breaks ground on Short-Baseline Near Detector building
On April 27, Fermilab broke ground on the building that will house the future Short-Baseline Near Detector. The particle detector is one of three that, together, Fermilab scientists and collaborators will use to search for the sterile neutrino.
Fermilab welcomed the first baby bison of 2016 on Tuesday, April 26, increasing the herd size to 18. As many as 14 more calves are expected before early June.
Scientists want to connect the fundamental forces of nature in one Grand Unified Theory.
The recently installed ANNIE neutrino experiment at Fermilab will use a new kind of detector to get a fine-grain view of neutrino-nucleon interactions.