Stories about ghostly neutrinos, the quirks of working in a cleanroom and building a dark matter detector in an underground science facility. For video scripts, scroll to bottom.
Watch the most recent videos from Sanford Underground Research Facility, scripted and narrated by yours truly.
The nuts and bolts of experimental science
To test a theory, collaborations must distill models of universal proportions into tangible nuts and bolts, twisting them into functional machines. This process demands the abstract realm of physics and the practical world of engineering to meet.
Extremophiles that saved the waterways
In the 1970s, Whitlock had a novel idea: develop a strain of cyanide-munching bacteria that could clean Homestake's water before it was released into nearby stream systems.
The experimental art of particle physics
Nicolas Angelides didn’t intend to be a physicist. It was art that first captured his attention. These days, however, he sees very little distinction between the two disciplines.
Anything but abandoned
A thriving gold mine, delving 8,000 feet below a modest mining town with houses crouched on steep hillsides—it’s tempting for writers to create a ghost town of Lead and a decrepit caricature of the Homestake Gold Mine. There’s just one problem, though—this facility is anything but abandoned.