Dr Jeff Hartnell attends world's biggest Neutrino conference, Kyoto, Japan
Last week saw the world's biggest Neutrino conference: a biannual series that is being held in Kyoto this year (coming to London in 2016). New results were presented on the discovery of the third and last neutrino mixing angle, which has opened the door to discovering the neutrino mass pattern and potentially the reason for the matter-antimatter asymmetry of the universe.
New results were also presented on neutrino velocity. A review was presented by Phil Adamson who studied at Sussex for his DPhil on MINOS.
Dr Jeff Hartnell presented on the prospects for discovering neutrinoless double beta decay with SNO+