The medical application of those very important complaints was once prepared to hide lots of the box of neutrino physics. In mild of the swift development of curiosity inspired by means of new fascinating effects from the sphere, greater than 1/2 the papers awarded listed here are with regards to the neutrino mass and oscillations, together with atmospheric and sun neutrino stories. Neutrino mass and oscillations might suggest the life of a mass scale many orders of magnitudes better than provided in present physics and should most likely advisor scientists past the traditional version of particle physics.
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