DUNE Resources Review Board to meet in South Dakota

On March 30 and 31, representatives from science funding agencies around the world will meet in Lead, South Dakota, to view the site of LBNF/DUNE and see the progress on the excavation for the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment.  The excavation of the tunnels and three large caverns is about 60% complete.

The funding agency representatives are members of the DUNE Resources Review Board, a group of about 40 people who provide oversight of DUNE and coordination among funding agencies. They meet three times a year. This is their first meeting in Lead, South Dakota.

For more information about this meeting, please read this article.

A large, dimly lit cavern that is still under construction
Excavation of the tunnels and three large caverns for the DUNE detector in South Dakota is about 60% complete. Photo: Matthew Kapust, Sanford Underground Research Facility