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OPERA experiment's lead investigator resigned after a scathing rebuke from his fellow scientists over the neutrino detection incident. He should've been allowed to stay.
Can we improve the throughput of a wi-fi signal with neutrinos instead of radio signals? A team of researchers thinks so.
An experiment has detected neutrinos moving slightly faster than the speed of light and the scientists can't believe their results.
Quantum physics are weird, but they're probably not fill-the-universe-with-galaxy-group-sized-subatomic-particles weird...