Friday, September 24, 2004
4:00 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
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"New Opportunities in Neutrino Oscillation Physics"

Milind Diwan , Brookhaven National Lab
[Host: Brad Cox]
I will describe the remarkable new observations that have transformed our knowledge of the neutrino in the past few years. For over 70 years we knew very little about these particles becuase they are so difficult to detect. Now a new consistent picture has emerged about their basic properties. We can now ask new fundamental questions that might bridge the gap between our knowledge of the quarks and the leptons.

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