CSU scientists are working on an international neutrino science collaboration, DUNE, that will send neutrino beams from Fermilab to the Sanford Underground Research Facility, an 800 mile feat. What’s being billed as a new era in physics starts with two shovelfuls of dirt ­– one in Illinois, the other in South Dakota. On July 21, scientists, engineers and partners around the world will gather in two places – Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and the Sanford Underground Research Facility – to break ground on a massive global physics experiment called DUNE. The International Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) involves close to 1,000 scientists and engineers from 31 countries and 165 institutions – including Colorado State University, since the project’s inception.

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