I still do write about science now and then:
In an unused alcove at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant, Stanford physicist Giorgio Gratta and his colleagues have built a high-tech lab to try to measure the weight of what scientists call “the little neutral one,” one of the most mysterious of the tiny subatomic particles that make up all matter in our universe.
“The mass of the neutrino is something we don’t know,” said Roger Nelson, chief scientist at the Department of Energy-run WIPP.
Neutrinos are fascinating. There are a lot of them. Have you written about Ice Cube, the imaging neutrino telescope in the Antartic?