Janet Conrad

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Fall 12-6-2007


Of all of the particles which make up matter, the neutrino is the most mysterious. Remnants of the big bang, neutrinos are everywhere -- up in your attic, out in the cornfields, deep in the farthest galaxies. Catching them has always been a problem. But recently we have discovered one of their tricks. They can change their spots -- from one type into another! This talk will discuss neutrinos, how to catch them, and in the context of the research at Fermilab.


Dr. Janet Conrad is a Walter O. Lecroy Professor of Physics at Columbia University.

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