Talks: Neutrinos: viendo lo invisible

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Ivan Esteban, ICCUB
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ES
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Atomic-Nuclear
Particle Physics
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Neutrinos are the most elusive elementary particles in nature: each second we are traversed by trillions of neutrinos, even though in our entire lifetime just one of them will interact with our body. And, nevertheless, they are essential to build the Standard Model of Particle Physics, and their study has deserved four Nobel prizes. But, why are they so important? How are we able to experimentally study these evasive particles? Which surprises have they brought us? What is their relevance to understand the origin and evolution of the Universe?

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