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The neutrino has a spin of s = 1/2 and interacts very weakly with matter (making it hard to detect). It’s inversely proportional to distance and is stronger for objects of larger charge. Just think about a little electron orbit: it certainly has angular momentum. We also interact closely with nuclear theory and experimental groups at North Carolina State and the University of North Carolina, with whom we run the bi-weekly Triangle Nuclear Theory Colloquium. Currently, he is interested in nonlinear quantum mechanics and quantum computing.

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