Revealing the hidden Universe with neutrinos

Neutrinos are among the most abundant particles in the Universe. Tens of billions of naturally produced neutrinos pass through your fingertip every second, but because they interact weakly with matter, they are elusive and hard to detect.

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Some questions answered by our 1st year PhD students

If you’re considering applying for a PhD at MSSL and want to know more about what it’s really like, we’ve asked some of our new students about how they are finding life as a research student here at the lab. Denis, Jennifer and Ellis joined the Astrophysics group in the autumn.

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