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Towards First Glimpses of the Universe in Neutrinos – John Beacom

Date: Thu. February 17th, 2005, 4:15 pm-5:15 pm
Location: Rockefeller 301

With the exception of the Sun and Supernova 1987A, no astrophysical sources of neutrinos have been detected yet. However, emerging developments give us great confidence that “first light” on extragalactic neutrino sources will soon be attained by terrestrial neutrino detectors. I will highlight the prospects for what we may learn about what lies beyond the standard model of particle physics and about the dynamics of the invisible universe.

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