Neutrino experiment may hint at why matter rules the universe

It could take until 2026 to build stronger evidence for what happened to antimatter

T2K experiment

NEUTRINO CLUES  The T2K experiment found clues that neutrinos may behave differently than their antimatter partners. In a possible sighting of an electron neutrino at the Super-Kamiokande detector in Hida, Japan (shown), colored spots represent sensors that observed light from the interacting neutrino.

Kamioka Observatory/ICRR/The University of Tokyo

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