Useful links about NuMI/MINOS
A colorful booklet presenting a general introduction to
neutrinos, neutrino mass, and neutrino oscillations. Describes theory in a
comprehensible way using graphs and diagrams.
Neutrino Physics at Fermilab
An introduction to the search for neutrino mass and the discovery
of the tau neutrino produced by the Office of Communication office at Fermilab;
also describes the neutrino experiments at Fermilab.
Beam Line: Special Neutrino Issue
A special issue of SLAC's ``Beam Line'' quarterly magazine.
Features articles describing the history and current status of neutrino physics,
oscillation experiments, and dark matter.
An issue of "Los Alamos Science" devoted to neutrinos. It includes
articles on the discovery of the neutrino, an introduction to
oscillations and a history of neutrino experiments at Los Alamos.
An interactive tour of quarks, neutrinos, anti-matter, extra dimensions,
dark matter, accelerators, and particle detectors. Developed by the Particle Data Group.
Significant events in the history of the neutrino presented by LAPP
(Particle Physics Laboratory at Annecy-le-Vieux France).
Norton Nabs a Nu!
Streaming video of a Fermilab "Ask a Scientist"
presentation, celebrating some episodes in neutrino physics
history, as well as the 100th anniversary of the birth of
Dr. Seuss. Written and narrated by Paul Nienaber of the
Technical Information and Resources
Neutrino Oscillation Industry Website
A comprehensive web site for the field of neutrino research.
Provides links to all current neutrino experiments as well as theory sites.
Neutrino Unbound provides information on experimental and
theoretical work on the physics of neutrinos.
The Ultimate Neutrino Page
A succinct synthesis of data from major neutrino experiments and
important results in neutrino physics. Includes java applets.
Neutrino Oscillation Page
More extensive material about neutrino research; includes conference
documents and scientific reports.
Cross Section Reference Page
Lots of information on various neutrino-related cross sections.