- 2017/2/2330 years after the detection of SN1987A neutrinos
- 2017/1/11Super-K updated results of proton decay search which are predicted by Grand Unified Theory
- 2016/8/7T2K presents first CP violation search result
- 2016/6/28 Symposium and Celebration to Commemorate the 20th anniversary of Super-Kamiokande
- 2016/4/1 Twenty years after the start of Super-Kamioande
- 2015/12/15 Nobel Week Report
- 2015/12/8 Professor Takaaki Kajita donates two types of photomultiplier tubes to the Nobel Museum (Photos have been added on 12/10.)
- 2015/11/9 Suzuki, Kajita, and Super-Kamiokande awarded Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics
- 2015/11/6 Professor Takaaki Kajita of ICRR Awarded the Order of Culture and designated a Person of Cultural Merit
- 2015/10/7 Professor Takaaki Kajita of the Institute of Cosmic Ray Research, University of Tokyo To Receive The Nobel Prize in Physics
- 2015/10/5 Super-Kamiokande Official Website Renewal
- 2015/7/24 First look at antineutrino appearance from T2K
- 2015/5/20 [New Article] Search for dinucleon decay into pions at Super-Kamiokande
- 2015/4/10 Search for Neutrinos from Annihilation of Captured Low-Mass Dark Matter Particles in the Sun by Super-Kamiokande
- 2015/4/7 Testing Lorentz invariance with Super-Kamiokande's Atmospheric Neutrinos
- 2015/2/18 Professor Masato Shiozawa Received the Totsuka Prize
- 2015/2/5 The Inaugural Symposium of the Hyper-K Proto-Collaboration was held
Super-Kamiokande is the large water Cherenkov detector. The construction was started in 1991 and the observation began on April 1st, 1996.>Read more
What is a Neutrino?
All matter in the universe is composed of particles referred to as quarks and leptons. For example, a hydrogen atom is composed of one proton comprising three quarks and one electron, which belongs to the lepton particle family.
The display shows the expansion of the cylindrical detector.>Read more
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