CERN lab members consider $110M plan to look for sterile neutrino

02/5/2013 | ScienceMag.org

The CERN laboratory near Geneva, Switzerland, could be set to look for the mysterious -- and possibly nonexistent -- sterile neutrino if the lab's member states approve a plan to build a $110 million research center to find it. If discovered, the particle could be key to understanding the universe's dark matter.

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