Borexino Press Coverage
This page is a list of links to Borexino coverage in the English-language popular media, roughly in reverse chronological order. The list is certainly not exhaustive. Please note that we have no control over the content at pages linked from here, although dead links will be removed when noticed.
See also the Google News search results for "Borexino."
Week of September 9, 2007
- AFP (via Google News): "Star power: International team spot first low-level neutrinos."
Week of August 26, 2007
- Virginia Tech press release: "Researchers detect low-energy neutrinos and probe energy production in the center of the sun."
- Wired: "From Underground, Looking Into the Heart of the Sun."
- Slashdot: "Low-Energy Neutrinos Detected in Real Time."
- ZDNet: "Borexino, the Sun neutrino hunter."
Week of August 19, 2007
- Science: "Borexino Awash in Neutrinos."
- United Press International: "Princeton physicists study sunshine."
- Nature: "Low-energy neutrinos spotted: Borexino experiment confirms solar theories."
- Trenton, NJ, Times (via NJ.com): "Scientists see the sun shine."
- Fox News: "Neutrino Detection Lends Evidence to Solar Hypothesis."
- MSNBC: "Underground experiment sheds light on sun."
- Scenta.co.uk: "The source of sunshine."
- Daily India: "Scientists confirm long-held sunshine source theory."
- Space.com: "After 4.5 Billion Years, Sunshine Finally Figured Out."
- NSF press release: "Catching Some Rays: Enormous detector makes first real-time detection of elusive, low-energy neutrinos streaming from the sun's core."
- Princeton University press release: "Princeton scientists confirm long-held theory about source of sunshine."
- LNGS press release: "First results from Borexino." A more detailed document [PDF format] is also available.