Scroll to bottom to join us in our Neutrino Day space on July 9 & 10.  


How it works

This year, join us in our virtual Neutrino Day town. Using, a free and simple platform, virtual attendees can explore the event and interact with others as they would in real life. Attendees can talk with scientists, explore interactive activities, experience weird science demonstrations, take virtual tours of the underground, and visit the art gallery and library—all in real time! 

On Friday, July 9, get a sneak peek of the virtual town & explore passive programming. 

On Saturday, July 10 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. MDT, our town is going LIVE. Join scientists, engineers and educators will host interactive activities and conversations in our virtual Activities Room and Booth Room. Our volunteers will be taking breaks to attend Featured Events in the Black Hills Main Stage — you should, too! 

While the best Neutrino Day experience is on, you will be able to access materials and activities on or watch our main events live on Facebook, Vimeo and YouTube. 

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Neutrino Day Code of Conduct

We want Neutrino Day to be a safe, fun place for everyone! We are asking everyone to follow a few guidelines to allow everyone to enjoy the day together. If any User is reported to be breaking the guidelines below, Moderators may permanently block them from the space.

  • We ask all our Users to honor the spirit of science and learning at Neutrino Day and to engage with other Users in a positive, courteous and respectful manner.
  • Children under the age of 18 are encouraged to join with a parent or guardian.
  • No screenshots or recordings of the proceedings or other Users are allowed.
  • Any obscene, profane, threatening or disrespectful language, images or gestures are  strictly forbidden.
  • Engaging in harassment based on a User’s membership in a protected class (race, color, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age or disability) is strictly forbidden.
Your privacy options
  • You can choose whether to turn on your camera, your audio or both.
  • You can also choose whether you hear or see other Users. If a User walks up to you, you can choose to turn off that User’s audio and video for yourself; other Users will still be able to hear and see them.
  •  Protect your privacy and that of others by not giving out personal information including full names or contact information or passwords.
Blocking another user

If you’d like to stop contact with another User, you can choose to permanently block them. Other Users will still be able to interact with that User.

To block another User:

  1. Hover your mouse over their video feed.
  2. Click the circle with the diagonal line through it.
  3. Click the "Confirm Block" button that appears on their video feed.
Reporting another user

Only Moderators have permission to permanently block a User from the space. If another User is being inappropriate in any way, please report the behavior immediately.

To report another User:

  1. Use the chat to begin a direct message with anyone with the acronym “SURF” in their title.
  2. Send a brief note with the User’s username and a description of the inappropriate behavior.
  3. If you cannot contact a SURF User within to report inappropriate behavior, please email