SNOLAB celebrates opening

By Ian Randall. Published on 28 June 2012 in:
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The Canadian neutrino observatory SNOLAB celebrated its grand opening – and the completion of its construction – on 17 May this year. SNOLAB – shielded, underground, by two kilometres of rock – is now the world’s deepest and cleanest neutrino laboratory, enabling experiments to be conducted with the least interference from environmental and solar radioactivity.

“As SNOLAB marks its formal opening, our science workshop has given us the chance to reflect…

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