Hunting for neutrinos at Fermilab

Saturday, October 13, 2018

At Fermilab, a particle physics laboratory some fifty kilometres west of downtown Chicago, they take neutrinos very seriously. Neutrinos are tiny, ubiquitous particles that pass effortlessly through solid matter and are notoriously difficult to detect -- and yet they could help answer some of the deepest questions about our universe. Listen to my short documentary for ABC Radio National's The Science Show.