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Detecting neutrinos is one of the hardest tasks in particle physics, owing to their extremely low interaction rate with particles. Huge quantities of matter are monitored just to catch a precious few events. Now, however, researchers have unveiled a new technique to catch neutrinos with much smaller detectors. It could potentially lead to extensions of the Standard Model of particle physics, and also have practical applications in nuclear non-proliferation.

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