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Jean-Côme Lanf...

Jean-Côme Lanfranchi from the Cluster of Excellence "Universe" of TUM prepares a cylindrically formed detector crystal for a test. At the left, the cryostat that can cool the crystal down to ten millikelvin. (credit: TUM/Heddergott)

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EU Millions Grant for Neutrinos Research

The European Research Council (ERC) is funding DESY scientist Walter Winter for his research project "NeuCos – Neutrinos and the origin of the cosmic rays" with a ERC Consolidator Grant in the framework of the EU program "Horizon 2020".

Two new associated partners for HAP

HAP welcomes with a great pleasure two new associated partners from Amsterdam, Netherlands: the GRAPPA institute and the National Institute for Subatomic Physics (Nikhef)!


HAP Annual Member Board Meeting

On March 23rd, the Helmholtz Alliance for Astroparticle Physics held its annual HAP Member Board meeting: elections, new groups, new Alliance partners.


Gamma-ray telescope H.E.S.S. discovers three most extremely luminous gamma-ray sources

The gamma-ray observatory H.E.S.S. discovered in the Large Magellanic Cloud three most luminous very high-energy gamma-ray sources: The pulsar driving wind nebula of the most powerful observed pulsar ever, a most powerful supernova remnant, and a so-called superbubble





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