For nearly 20 years, Carleton has been proud to be a leading member of the Sudbury
Neutrino Observatory’s team. Carleton scientists are leading and collaborating on this
international-scale project, and are pushing the frontiers of particle physics at a global level.
This is fundamental to our understanding of the universe and, ultimately, life itself.
We applaud the founders of the Breakthrough Prize for recognizing the importance
of discoveries around neutrino oscillations that contribute so much to this knowledge.
Carleton University Congratulates
Worldwide Winners of the
2016 Breakthrough Prize in
• Sudbury Neutrino Observatory (Canada)
• Daya Bay (China)
• KamLAND (Japan)
• K2K / T2K (Japan)
• Super-Kamiokande (Japan)