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Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Wang Yifang

Professor Wang Yifang shares about his fascination with neutrinos and elaborates on China’s ambition to become a major international center for particle physics research.

Four Asian Teams Win 2016 Breakthrough Prize In Fundamental Physics

Established by key entrepreneurs in the Silicon Valley, the 2016 Breakthrough Prize in fundamental physics went to Japanese, Chinese and Canadian research teams working on neutrino oscillation.

Dairy Queen & Physicist Among 2015 Nikkei Asia Prize Winners

Vietnamese diary industry leader Mai Kieu Lien and Chinese physicist Wang Yifang have won this year's Nikkei Asia Prizes for business innovation and science & technology, respectively.

Narrowing The Search For Sterile Neutrinos

While scientists haven't been able to find sterile neutrinos yet, they now have a better idea of where to look for them, thanks to results from Daya Bay.

Two Chinese Scientists Awarded 2014 Panofsky Prize

The American Physical Society will award Chinese scientists Wang Yifang and Kam-Biu Luk the W.K.H. Panofsky Prize in April 2014.

Chinese Academics Unveil Their Top 10 Innovations Of 2012

Academics at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering have voted in their top 10 scientific innovations of 2012.

Mystery Of The Vanishing Neutrinos Solved

The Daya Bay Reactor Neutrino Experiment today reported the first results of its search for the last, most elusive piece of a long-standing puzzle: how is it that neutrinos can appear to vanish as they travel?

Scientists Collect Neutrino Data At Daya Bay, Hope To Unlock Antimatter Clues

The Daya Bay Reactor International Consortium's two antineutrino detectors have started collecting data, the first step to understanding why the universe has more matter than antimatter.