For the record

December 24, 1999

Particle physicists are to fire neutrino beams from Cern, the European particle physics laboratory in Geneva, 730 km through the Alps to Gran Sasso in Italy. The experiment, which won funding of SFr70 million (Pounds .4 million) last week, could reveal the nature of the "dark matter" that composes most of the universe.

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