IceCube reports compelling evidence for the observation of neutrinos from the blazar TXS 0506+056. Taboada’s group made significant contributions to this work. The video below shows Prof. Taboada’s interview on this subject.

This article at symmetry magazine presents a good summary of the results too!

This is the home site of the group lead by Prof. Ignacio Taboada. This group is dedicated to experimental particle astrophysics. Most of the group efforts are dedicated to very-high-energy neutrino astronomy with IceCube, but efforts are also on-going with the very-high-energy gamma ray detector HAWC in central Mexico. Our group focuses on the search for transient sources of neutrinos.

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