The biggest international project studying the mysterious neutrino particles has just made its first recordings
First particle tracks recorded by mega-project studying neutrinos - short science news daily - physics

CERN and Fermilab announced a big step in the DUNE (Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment) project which involves 1000 physicists from 32 countries. They have just recorded the first particle tracks, using the largest liquid-argon neutrino detector in the world. DUNE’s scientific mission is dedicated to unlocking the mysteries of neutrinos, the most abundant (and most mysterious) matter particles in the universe. “The completion of the protoDUNE detector, a so-called single phase liquid argon Time Projection Chamber, is an important milestone on the way to realizing a neutrino detector capable of observing differences between neutrinos and anti-neutrinos - a key observation towards a full understanding of the early universe”, said professor Gary Barker from University of Warwick.

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Scientific publication: DUNE Project