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E=mc2 : Michael Jentschel and Klaus Blaum explain why the most famous equation of physics needs checking — and how to do it. A Nature Physics publication.

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An EPN-campus successful collaboration

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Neutrinos are notoriously hard-to-detect elementary particles. They are produced in the core of stars, at particle accelerators, in very high energy phenomena or – as in STEREO – in nuclear reactor cores. Neutrinos do not carry any electric charge…