Franke, from the from the DESY Institute in Zeuthen, Germany talks about why we are using neutrinos to look at the Universe, and why the South Pole ice is ideal for detecting the tiny particles […]
This final event, called IceCube After Dark, took place at The Majestic, a somewhat raucous theater that occasionally puts on performances of The Rocky Horror Picture Show. […]
Wired Science spoke with University of Wisconsin-Madison PhD candidate Nathan Whitehorn about what IceCube hasn’t seen, and how that helps us set boundaries on what we know about the Universe. […]
A Southern University physics team is helping to unlock the secrets of the universe as its research work comes to fruition at the South Pole. […]
This German-language publication covers the IceCube project and other neutrino detection experiments, with quotes from IceCube collaborator Christian Spiering (DESY) and advisory board member Uli Katz (U. of Erlangen). […]
The on-line version of Symmetry Magazine features the completion of the construction of the IceCube neutrino telescope. […]
On February 21st at 12:51 PM New Zealand time, a 6.3 magnitude earthquake (USGS Earthquake Report) ripped through Christchurch, New Zealand resulting in more than 60 deaths and around $6 billion dollars (USD) in damage.
The IceCube collaboration sends its best wishes to the residents of Christchurch and our collaborators at the University of Canterbury.
Nearly 90 percent of the U.S. Antarctic Program (USAP) personnel believed to be in transit from Antarctica or on vacation in New Zealand at the time of the earthquake have been accounted for.
For updates, visit the USAP website […]
IceCube Collaboration member Spencer Klein reflects on the final string of the South Pole detector. […]
The Guardian reports on neutrinos, cosmic rays, and how IceCube operates. […]
An article on the Quantum of Knowledge blog details IceCube”s scale and purpose and outlines the importance of the neutrino as an astronomical messenger. […]