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    Fermilab physicist Byron Lundberg, spokesman for the DONUT experiment, announces the first direct evidence for the tau neutrino at a colloquium at Fermilab on Friday afternoon, July 21, 2000.


    Fermilab physicists packed a lecture hall at the laboratory to hear DONUT spokesman Byron Lundberg announce the first direct evidence for the tau neutrino at a colloquium on Friday afternoon, July 21, 2000.


    DONUT spokesman Byron Lundberg, Fermilab, standing in front of the DONUT detector.
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    DONUT spokesman Vittorio Paolone, University of Pittsburgh, poses inside the magnet used to eliminate charged particles from the neutrino beam.
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    Spokesmen Vittorio Paolone (foreground) and Byron Lundberg in the counting room of the DONUT experiment.
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    John Trammell and Dave Ciampa, University of Minnesota, working on the target station of the DONUT experiment.
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    DONUT spokesman Byron Lundberg standing in front of the DONUT target station, the crucial detector component used to identify tracks from particles produced by tau neutrinos.


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    The computer room of the DONUT analysis group at Nagoya University with (from left to right) N. Nonaka, O. Sato, T. Nakano, K. Ito and Turanmeru.


    One of the emulsion scanning tables at Nagoya University


    Some of the 54 physicists of the DONUT collaboration in front of Wilson Hall at Fermilab.
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    Members of the DONUT collaboration met on July 7, 2000 at Fermilab to discuss their latest tau neutrino results.
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    Regina Rameika, Fermilab, giving a presentation at a DONUT collaboration meeting.
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    Graduate student Jason Sielaff of the University of Minnesota is one of many students working on DONUT.
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    George Tzanakos of the University of Athens, Greece.
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    Byron Lundberg, Regina Rameika (both of Fermilab) and Patrick Berghaus (Kansas State University) at a meeting of the DONUT collaboration at Fermilab.
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    Koyu Niwa of Nagoya University, Japan Koyu Niwa of Nagoya University leads the group of Japanese scientist of the DONUT collaboration.


    Jin Sop Song of Gyeongsang University, Korea Jin Sop Song of Gyeongsang University is the Korean senior scientist of the DONUT collaboration.


    DONUT collaborators at the University of Athens, Greece: George Tzanakos(center) with his graduate students Costas Andreopoulos and Niki Saoulidou The Greek members of the DONUT collaboration at the University of Athens: George Tzanakos (center) with his graduate students Costas Andreopoulos and Niki Saoulidou.

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    George Tzanakos (Univ. of Athens) and his graduate student Niki Saoulidou George Tzanakos (Univ. of Athens) and his graduate student Niki Saoulidou.


    Graphics

    The DONUT Detector
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    The DONUT Target Station
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    Detecting a Tau Neutrino
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    Creating a Tau Neutrino Beam
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    Chart of the Standard Model
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    Pictures documenting the History of Neutrino Physics

    Enrico Fermi
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    Frederick Reines


    SLAC

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    Super Kamiokande

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    Neutral current event observed in the Gargamelle bubble chamber at CERN


    Wolfgang Pauli


    Steinberger, Goulianos, Gaillard, Mistry, Danby, Hayes, Lederman and Schwartz




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