Hello everyone. If you are still in Boston around June 2nd to the 7th, you should consider coming to the XXVI International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics (especially if you live in Massachusetts for goodness sake). BU is hosting it this year, so it will be at the George Sherman Union (last year’s conference was in Kyoto). There are going to a bunch of talks and poster sessions by researchers from all around the world and from BU. You can ask people all types of stuff and get to see a lot of the fascinating work going on in neutrino physics. Plus I’m probably going to be there helping with everything, so you can come and keep me company! Anyway here is the website with all the information (including calendars and what not).
Lastly, here is a cool picture of the Super-Kamiokande neutrino observatory in Japan in order to whet your appetite.