The neutrino business has blossomed in the last decade. The Hanohano project, aiming at building a 10 kiloton portable deep-ocean neutrino detector, and other land based instruments will be discussed . Physicists have discovered both peculiarly small but finite neutrino mass and the strange business of neutrinos morphing from one type to another. The art has advanced to the state of starting "neutrino applications", and many new initiatives are underway or proposed. Using neutrinos as unique geological probes will grow into a new field of "geoneutrino" measurements to understand the earth's dynamics and composition. There remains much particle physics to be done too (mixing and mass hierarchy). Neutrinos also permit monitoring of reactors for IAEA purposes. A cornucopia of searches for nucleon decay, astrophysical phenomena and exotic particles come free.
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