The Cool Science of SNOLAB

Courtesy of Nasa

Courtesy of Nasa

With a simple experiment, would you like to demonstrate to your class that dark matter, in fact, does exist?
SNOLAB is one of the world’s most foremost particle physics research facilities, and is located in Sudbury, at Vale’s Creighton Mine, two kilometres underground. At SNOLAB, scientists build experiments to detect tiny particles called neutrinos and dark matter. SNOLAB celebrated its official grand opening on May 17th, 2012. Continue reading