October 28, 2014
At noon Oct. 29, SMU Physicist Thomas E. Coan will talk about neutrinos on KERA public radio's Think.
Neutrinos are one of the smallest particles in existence – more than 100,000 billion of them pass through us each second. During the hour-long interview, Coan will talk about his current study of these subatomic curiosities, which may help scientists explain the origins of matter and how the universe functions.
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Read more about Professor Coan's research.