Studying crowd behavior at MINERvA

These physicists lead this analysis: Minerba Betancourt (left) and Tammy Walton (middle) of Fermilab, and Anushree Ghosh (right) of Federico Santa MarĂ­a Technical University.

MINERvA makes the first ever measurement of the interaction planes of the three particles in a neutrino event., by Anushree Ghosh

Getting a feel (and a taste) for neutrinos

Using an extra dimension in the analysis of neutrino events to have a close look at what’s happening., by David Coplowe, a physicist at Oxford University.

MC Truth drops new track: kaons at MINERvA

Physics Slam 2015 champion MC Truth, also known as Chris Marshall

Measurements of neutral-current kaon production, a significant background for many proton decay searches., by Rob Fine; a graduate student at the University of Rochester.

Neutrinos: telling the whole story

Jeff Nelson of the College of William and Mary

Measuring the charged-current interaction inclusive cross section of the neutrino in the NINERvA detector., by Depak Rimal of the University of Florida.

The flux of the matter

Ben Messerly, the author of this “Result” and a scientist at the University of Pittsburgh.

How many neutrinos are being created at Fermilab? The MINERvA experiment improves the answer to this critical question., by Ben Messerly, University of Pittsburgh.

Seeing two sides of the same coin

Carrie McGivern of the University of Pittsburgh

Carrie McGivern of the University of Pittsburgh

UJnderstanding neutrino interactions with heavy nuclei by looking at the way neutrinos are produced on these heavy nuclei and how the recoil from them., by Aaron Bercellie, University of Rochester

What happens in hydrocarbon stays in hydrocarbon (sometimes)

Understanding the inner workings of hydrocarbons with neutrinos., by Carrie McGivern, University of Pittsburgh.

Counting neutrinos, one flake at a time

How do you count neutrinos when you see almost none of them? MINERvA knows how!, by Debbie Harris, Fermilab, and Anne Norrick, College of William and Mary.