by Dr Joseph Walding
(Royal Holloway University of London)
The MINOS experiment has been taking data for 7 years. Because of the NuMI beam design and the magnetised detectors MINOS is uniquely positioned to measure both neutrino and anti-neutrino oscillations. In this talk I will discuss the 2010 MINOS anti-neutrino oscillation result and it's associated tension with our understanding of neutrino oscillations before discussing the new oscillation result with 70% more data and improved event reconstruction techniques.