Rik Gran

Para una versión en español, haga clic aquí. All particle physics experiments rely on computer simulations of their detectors to make measurements, but neutrino experiments struggle to test these simulations using particles that are created from the neutrino beam itself. Neutrino interactions often produce charged particles such as muons or electrons, and they knock one or more protons or neutrons out of the nucleus. Neutrino interactions also produce quark-antiquark pairs called pions (see earlier MINERvA results from February, August and… More »