Sabine Crépé-Renaudin

Sabine Crépé-Renaudin is a French researcher at CNRS. She is involved in Grid Computing (the grid is like a world wide distributed computing centre used to reconstruct and analyse LHC experiment data). Her main activity in analysis is the search for new phenomena beyond the Standard Model in top-antitop quark final states. She also devotes part of her time to outreach activities.

The Neutrino Puzzle

Having explored the latest results on what we call 'heavy flavour' or physics of particles containing a b-quark (see The Penguin Domination by Jessica Levêque), we embarked on a much lighter subject: neutrinos.

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