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All things neutrino

The all things neutrino website was developed by Fermilab and released 31 May 2018.  It provides answers to the “big” questions about neutrinos and their place in the universe, and does so in language that the general public can understand…​

Faces of DUNE launched!

Faces of DUNE has launched on the Fermilab Twitter feed and Facebook page. Until a website is developed, these images will gradually appear in social media and “live” there, so keep your eyes peeled for your colleagues to show up! Roxanne Guenette of Harvard University starts things off…

Technical Proposal and TDR: Get on your marks…

Plans are coming together for the DUNE Technical Proposal and the Technical Design Report (TDR)… Information about structure, contents, and so on will be maintained in the DUNE wiki, on pages dedicated to the Technical Proposal and the TDR. The collaboration leadership has briefed the Far Detector Consortium Leaders on the proposed plan, and has requested that they appoint editors… Get on your marks… get set…

New video on DUNE from U.S. Mission Geneva

“A game-changing particle physics experiment, driven by the ingenuity and expertise of 1,000 scientists and engineers in 30 countries, aims to transform our understanding of neutrinos and their role in the universe…”