University of Wisconsin-Madison

Science

A very high energy neutrino detected in IceCube on November 12, 2010, with an energy of 71 TeV. Image: IceCube Collaboration
A very high energy neutrino detected in IceCube on November 12, 2010, with an energy of 71 TeV. Image: IceCube Collaboration
  • Research Highlights: The search for very high energy neutrinos with IceCube and other intriguing research areas like glaciology, dark matter, neutrino oscillations, and more.
  • IceCube: Information about the IceCube detector and its construction.
  • Beyond IceCube: Proposed enhancements to the IceCube Neutrino Observatory to better explore the high-energy neutrino flux and the neutrino mass hierarchy.
  • Data: The process of getting data from sensors at the South Pole to physicists around the world, including our data access and use policy.
  • Tools: Access tools released by the IceCube Collaboration that relate to published science results.
  • Publications: Journal articles, proceedings, theses, and more from the IceCube Collaboration.
  • Documents and Reviews: Includes monthly reports to the National Science Foundation, design documents, reviews, and performance papers.