Disclaimer: I am a novice. I am wondering if anyone knows if there has been any improvement in detecting any of the three types of neutrinos? I would also be interested in hearing any theories as how we can improve detection? I guess, since I did my research I'm more interested in picking people's brains on their theories. From my research and articles I read the last best known way to detect neutrinos was using Cherenkov's detectors and Scintillation using large pools of water deep underground. A neutrino would "effect" an electron and cause it to scatter with specific properties (elastic scattering)( reates light when scattering happens in water.) Arthur McDonald and Takaaki Kajita won a Nobel Prize in 2015 using this method. They proved neutrino "oscillation" (neutrinos changing types (one of three) and that neutrinos have, indeed, mass. I read a post on this forum back in 2011 that linked to an article for a new type of detector(s) that were built in 2011. And thats all she wrote. The article regarding neutrino detection published in 2011: http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/46885 [Broken] I found a list of present and future experiments involving neutrino detection here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_neutrino_experiments Most of the experiments listed involve the aforementioned detection methods. Since we observe neutrinos via electron scattering I am curious if there is any reaction when neutrinos pass through a heavy element like uranium? Thank you for any theories offered.