|Majorana student Adam Caldwell led demonstrations of copper electroplating at Neutrino Day 2015. Photo by Ashley Paisley.|
Neutrino Day 2015
Neutrino Day was a huge success, with 1,800 people attending activities and presentations at SURF. MAJORANA Collaboration scientists gave lectures, led hands-on demonstrations of copper electroforming and glovebox work, and answered questions on a live broadcast from the 4850' level.
Updated Aug. 12, 2015
The MAJORANA Demonstrator was recently profiled in Symmetry Magazine. Also, check out their Q&A with Randy Hughes, the MAJORANA Collaboration's underground machinist.
After their visit, Symmetry Magazine also answered the question, "How do you get to work when your office is a clean room a mile below ground?" Take a look at the answer to learn more about every-day life in the MAJORANA Collaboration!