From PBS, October 6, 9:00 pm CT: Tune in to the PBS premiere of Particles Unknown-the hunt for the universe’s most common yet elusive particle, this Wednesday on your local PBS channel. Starting with Ray Davis’ quest for neutrinos that began in 1965, Nova explores Fermilab’s search for sterile neutrinos and interviews Sam Zeller and Angela Fava from the Neutrino Division. Check your local PBS station programming to confirm the date and time of Particles Unknown.
From Yahoo news (Portugal), October 4, 2021: Fermilab is using three detectors to better understand neutrinos to study their oscillations in unprecedented detail. Scientists hope this will learn more about the “ghost particles” in the universe.
From Forbes, June 1, 2021: Fermilab’s Don Lincoln explains how researchers use observations of high energy particles to better understand rare astronomical phenomena such as black holes, supernovae, colliding stars, and other cosmic calamities.
From the Oxford University Department of Physics, March 16, 2021: Oxford University explores the potential of the DUNE experiment and how it could unlock the mysteries of matter and how it was formed in our universe.
From Lab Mate, March 13, 2021: Learn more about the detectors being developed for the DUNE project at STFC’s Daresbury Laboratory, the biggest non-US contributor to this global experiment.