Japanese Nobel-prize-winner Masatoshi Koshiba passes away

Masatoshi Koshiba
  • Physicist Masatoshi Koshiba, who won the 2002 Nobel prize for the detection of cosmic neutrinos, passed away.
  • Koshiba’s most famous contribution involved detecting neutrinos from a distant supernova explosion using a vast detector based in a mine in central Japan.
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