Dark energy drives the accelerating expansion of the Universe — but what is dark energy? Its influence on the properties of neutrinos might be detectable, and could reveal something of its mysterious nature.
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Dvali, G. Neutrino probes of dark energy. Nature 432, 567–568 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1038/432567a