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The view from Neutrino Day 2024

About 2,200 people took part in hands-on science activities, performances, lectures and exhibits at Sanford Underground Research Facility's Neutrino Day celebration this year.


The physicist gamer

Raphael Granier De Cassagnac recently put his scientific skills to use creating a physics-themed video game.


AI for control rooms

Scientists inside and outside of particle physics and astrophysics are leaning on AI for assistance with complex tasks.


Machine learning and theory

Theoretical physicists use machine-learning algorithms to speed up difficult calculations and eliminate untenable theories—but could they transform what it means to make discoveries?


Machine learning and experiment

For more than 20 years in experimental particle physics and astrophysics, machine learning has been accelerating the pace of science, helping scientists tackle problems of greater and greater complexity.