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Fermilab Lecture Series presents:
Extreme Beams for Mysterious Particles
Dr. Regina Rameika
April 23, 2010 @ 8 p.m.- Tickets $7

Neutrinos are among the most abundant particles in the universe. The sun is a neutrino factory, and trillions of neutrinos cross our bodies every second. Yet we know very little about these particles and the role they have played in the evolution of the universe. Are they the reason we exist? New particle accelerators that produce high-intensity neutrino beams and particle detectors the size of Fermilab's Wilson Hall will allow us to unravel the neutrinos' mysteries. Regina Rameika is a lead scientist in the Fermilab neutrino program and worked on the first observation of tau neutrinos at Fermilab.


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