Canfranc Underground Laboratory
|Research type||Low-background physics|
|University of Zaragoza|
The Canfranc Underground Laboratory (Spanish: Laboratorio Subterráneo de Canfranc) is an underground scientific facility located in the former railway Tunnel of Somport in the Spanish Pyrenees under Monte Tobazo in Canfranc, Spain. The laboratory is mainly devoted to study rarely occurring natural phenomena such as the interactions of neutrinos of cosmic origin or dark matter with atomic nuclei.
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