Lecture | March 21 | 5:45-7 p.m. | The Octopus Literary Salon
Dr. Javier Caravaca
Join us to learn from Dr. Javier Caravaca about the super duper tiny particles called neutrinos. Trillions of neutrinos sail straight through our bodies every day without ever bumping into the matter that makes up our bodies. In fact, electrons are about 500,000 times more massive than neutrinos. But what happens when we force neutrinos to bump into stuff? What can we learn about matter, antimatter, and the universe?