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  • What is a neutrino and why do they matter?

    Illinois physics professor Liang Yang discusses the significance of the recent neutrino detection in Antarctica and what it means for the future of observational astronomy.

    Illinois physics professor Liang Yang discusses the significance of the recent neutrino detection in Antarctica and what it means for the future of observational astronomy. 

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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  • Editor's notes:

    To reach Liang Yang, call 217-244-2792; liangyg@illinois.edu.