Long-distance neutrinos

An international approach for a new 1000 km experiment


Since summer 2014, a global neutrino collaboration has formed with the aim of using a wide-band neutrino beam from Fermilab directed at a detector deep underground in South Dakota. In addition to measuring the neutrinos in the beam, the experiment will study neutrino astrophysics and nucleon decay. It will be of an unprecedented scale and dramatically improve the understanding of neutrinos and the nature of the universe. This is the experiment now known as DUNE.

Read more:  "Long-distance neutrinos" – CERN Courier