Deep in a former South Dakota gold mine, a team of scientists and students are attempting to unlock the secrets of neutrinos. Very little is known about these subatomic particles, and the research group’s findings could prove very important to learning more about antimatter and perhaps even shed some more light on the formation of the universe.

UNC physics professor John Wilkerson heads the multi-million dollar project with assistance from UNC professor Reyco Henning, undergraduates from many universities, and over 100 scientists from 19 institutions from across the globe. Read more about their research in the recent Endeavors article.

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