Tiger Optics joins the hunt for ghostly neutrino particles

Tiger Optics Laser Trace

Several particle physics laboratories are using Tiger Optics’ LaserTrace and Halo instruments to monitor the level of oxygen and moisture in the detector medium that such labs employ to study the ghost-like neutrino particles.

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