News and Events from the Eberly College of Science
17 May 2013—A massive telescope buried in the Antarctic ice has detected 28 extremely high-energy neutrinos -- elementary particles that likely originate outside our solar system. Two of these neutrinos had energies many thousands of times higher than the highest-energy neutrino that any man-made particle accelerator has ever produced, according to a team of IceCube Neutrino Observatory researchers that includes Penn State scientists. Read more about these high-energy neutrinos here.
Quasar Discovered with X-Rays is Long Ago and Far Away (27 March 1998)
Pollard Lectures Set for March 30 (18 March 1998)
American Physical Society Honors Ernst and Strikman (17 March 1998)
International Society Elects Pullin as Chair (16 February 1998)
Astrostatistics: Reacquainting Old Friends (16 February 1998)
Benkovic Named to Argonne National Laboratory Board of Governors (12 February 1998)