Building the world’s flagship neutrino experiment

The Fermilab Office of Communication has produced a fact sheet for sharing information about DUNE, LBNF and the PIP-II accelerator upgrade with the public.

DUNE collaborators who would like a translation of this fact sheet into another language are invited to contact dune-communication.

Image from the fact sheet. Click image to see full sheet. Credit: Fermilab Office of Communication

An international team of over 1,000 scientists and engineers from more than 30 countries are building the most advanced neutrino experiment in the world, which could change our understanding of the universe. Groundbreaking for this revolutionary endeavor—hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Fermilab with contributions from across the U.S. and around the globe—took place in July of 2017…

The fact sheet covers:

  • Why neutrinos?
  • Three major discovery areas
  • An international effort
  • Project timeline