The Daya Bay Reactor Neutrino Experiment, a multinational collaboration operating in the south of China, reported the results of its search for the last, most elusive piece of a long-standing puzzle: how is it that neutrinos can appear to vanish as they travel? The surprising answer opens a gateway to a new understanding of fundamental physics and may eventually solve the riddle of why there is far more ordinary matter than antimatter in the universe today.
The Daya Bay collaboration consists of scientists from the following countries and regions: China, the United States, Russia, the Czech Republic (Charles University in Prague), Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
Scientists and students from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics Institute of Particle and Nuclear Physics participate on this international project of neutrino oscillation measurements.
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