The Story of Neutrinos

In this podcast, Ray tells the story of how these tiny, nearly massless particles were discovered and explains what their still-mysterious properties could tell us about the cosmos.

- Physics World
June 23, 2014

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The Other “God Particle”

They're called neutrinos. Ray explains why he has a lifelong passion for this often overlooked particle.

- CBC Ideas with Paul Kennedy
June 9, 2014

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Hunting the Wild Neutrino

Ray talks about his book Neutrino Hunters: The Thrilling Chase for a Ghostly Particle to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe

- Scientific American Podcast
May 23, 2014

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Neutrino Hunters

Uncounted billions of neutrinos pass through your body every second. Ray suggests that as we become better at detecting them, they may help us understand more about the invisible universe.

- CBC Quirks & Quarks
December 21, 2013

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Hunting for Neutrinos

These incredibly small bits of matter may hold the secret to why antimatter is so rare, how mighty stars explode as supernovae, what the universe was like just seconds after the big bang, and even the inner workings of our own planet.

- WNYC Leonard Leopate Show
December 10, 2013

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