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"World's smallest neutrino detector observes elusive interactions of particles", by Steve Koppes, UChicago News
PFC@KICP in the News: August 4, 2017
Prof. Juan Collar, a PFC co-Investigator, led a team of UChicago physicists who built a lightweight, portable neutrino detector to observe the elusive interactions of the ghostly particles. "Why did it take 43 years to observe this interaction?" asked Juan Collar. "What takes place is very subtle."