Mounting evidence suggests neutrinos are key to why antimatter is rare

The tiny particles may point to early universe processes that favor matter over antimatter

T2K experiment

Neutrinos may behave differently than their antimatter equivalents, new results from the T2K experiment suggest (one piece of the experiment shown). That could help reveal why the universe is made mostly of matter, whereas antimatter is uncommon.

T2K Experiment

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