Jacques Marteau (IPNL) explains the experimental geoparticle excursion to Appolonia

In July 2018, a team of researchers went to Greece to track down geoparticles: this is the Geoparticles Experimental Excursion to Apollonia. UnivEarthS strongly supports the mission through project I2: Geoparticles. During the mission, interviews were conducted to explain the project and the actions undertaken in the field. Find below the interview of Jacques Marteau, researcher at the Lyon Institute […]

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Geoparticles Experiment Field Trip to Apollonia

On July 6, 2018, the team of researchers working on geotechnical and archaeological applications of geoparticles, arrived at the site of Apollonia, in northern Greece, near Thessaloniki. The Labex UnivEarthS actively participates in this project through the project I2: Geoparticles. The project received funding from the Interdisciplinary Mission under the reference ARCHé (Archeology with Cosmic Rays, to probe Hellenic tumuli). […]

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International Conference “History of the neutrino”

UnivEarthS is pleased to support the international Conference on History of the neutrino, to be held on September 5-7, 2018 in Paris. Neutrinos play an exceptional role as well in particle or nuclear physics as in astrophysics. The purpose of the Conference is to cover the main steps of their History since the brilliant and inspired idea of Pauli in […]

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UnivEarthS welcomes the Science’s Festival at the Université Paris Diderot

The university Paris Diderot will support the Science Festival from 12 to 15 october. UnivEarthS supports three workshops where the APC laboratory researchers present their work and answer audience questions. From Wednesday to Thursday, school groups are received upon reservation. For 45 minutes, the class is divided into three groups that rotate between activities, with a demonstration and then a […]

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The Nobel Prize in Physics for 2015 and UnivEarthS

The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has decided to award the Nobel Prize in Physics for 2015 to Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald “for the discovery of neutrino oscillations, which shows that neutrinos have mass” Neutrinos are elementary particles, present everywhere in large quantities, and have played an important role in the evolution of the Universe. They are very […]

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