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The dawn of DUNE
A powerful planned neutrino experiment gains new members, new leaders and a new name.
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Expanding the cosmic search
Scientists are working on a new, highly sensitive camera destined for the South Pole Telescope. The camera will help researchers better understand neutrinos, the ghost-like particles without electric charge that rarely interact with matter.
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Scientists find rare dwarf satellite galaxy candidates in Dark Energy Survey data
Scientists on two continents have independently discovered a set of celestial objects that seem to belong to the rare category of dwarf satellite galaxies orbiting our home galaxy, the Milky Way.
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Detecting something with nothing
Researchers are one step closer to finding new physics with the completion of a harp-shaped prototype detector element for the Mu2e experiment.
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Scientists talk high-stakes science
Scientists from Argonne National Laboratory, Fermilab and the University of Chicago discuss the risks and rewards of participating in high-stakes science and pushing boundaries.
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Ten unusual detector materials
The past century has generated some creative ideas for tracking particles.