Friday, October 27, 2000
4:00 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
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" Why do We Think Neutrinos Have Mass? And What's Next? "

Boris Kayser , National Science Foundation
[Host: P.Q. Hung]
We explain why the evidence for nonzero neutrino masses is compelling. Then, we turn to the questions about neutrinos raised by the presence of their nonzero masses. These questions include: How many different neutrinos are there? How much do they weigh? Is each neutrino identical to its antiparticle? How will we answer questions like these?

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