The results of the IceCube project demonstrating the Glashow resonance, the fundamental theory of elementary particles, were reported in various news media.
[Sankei Newspaper, Asahi Newspaper, Mainichi Newspaper, Nikkan Kogyo Newspaper, Yomiuri Newspaper (Web version), etc.]
Written by Prof. Shigeru Yoshida
Shin-Uchu Neutrino no Hakken - Uchu no Kyodaina Engine karano Shisha(Deep Space Neutrino Discovery: Emissary from the Universe's Giant Engine)
Prof. Aya Ishihara receives the Gold Medal Award, given by the Yomiuri Techno Forum to a young Japanese researcher who has made outstanding achievements.
[Yomiuri Newspaper and Yomiuri Newspaper website]
The article on the discovery of a double-structured primitive disk, published by Professor Tomoyuki Hanawa in collaboration with Dr. Sakai and colleagues at RIKEN, appeared in the Sankei Newspaper online edition of "Surprising Science".
[The Sankei News]
The first identification of a neutrino emitting source object by the IceCube Collaboration, published in Science in July this year, was selected as one of the major results of 2018 by Science magazine, and was reported by various news media.
[Yomiuri Newspaper, Mainichi Newspaper, NHK Metropolitan News, Nikkei Newspaper (Web edition), etc.]
Prof. Yoshida's article on the identification of neutrino emitting objects appeared in the October 2018 issue of AAPPS (Volume28, Number5).
[AAPPS Volume28, Number5, October 2018 ]
The article on neutrino-radiating sources and their first identification, "The turbulent universe seen through neutrinos" (in cooperation with Prof. Shigeru Yoshida), was published in the November 2018 issue of Nikkei Science magazine.
[Nikkei Science, November,2018]
An article on the first identification of neutrino radiation source objects, "Identifying the source of the biggest mystery in astrophysics, 'ultra-high energy cosmic rays'" (with the cooperation of Associate Professor Aya Ishihara) was published in the October 2018 issue of the monthly science magazine Newton.
Two papers on Science magazine, "Multimessenger observations of a flaring blazar coincident with high-energy neutrino IceCube-170922A" and Neutrino emission from the direction of the blazar TXS 0506+056 prior to the IceCube-170922A alert" were reported in various news media.
[Tokyo Newspaper, Newspaper Akahata, Chiba Nippo, Asahi Newspaper, Sankei Newspaper, Nihon Keizai Newspaper, Mainichi Newspaper, JIJI.com (Web version), etc.]
Assistant Professor Hideyuki Hotta's article on solar thermal convection simulation was published in the Sankei Shimbun's morning science edition as "Seeing through the sun's habits - Exploring with imaging".
[Sankei Newspaper Online]