Outreach and More Information

 

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.

See more in "Deep Thoughts."

Updated Aug. 12, 2015

 

"Testing the Nature of Neutrinos"

The MAJORANA Demonstrator was recently profiled in Symmetry Magazine. Also, check out their Q&A with Randy Hughes, the MAJORANA Collaboration's underground machinist.  

"Scientists below the surface"

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!

 
Updated Sept. 4, 2015

 

 

The Black Hills Pioneer covered the start of Cryostat 1 comissioning.
Updated June 23, 2015
 
The MAJORANA Demonstrator was profiled in Physics World. 
Updated Oct. 8, 2014
 
LUX and the MAJORANA Demonstrator were covered in an essay in Harper's Magazine.
May 2015
 
A general introduction
Updated Mar. 30, 2007 

MAJORANA Wikipedia Page

 

Technical Information

Updated Nov. 22, 2006