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April 2015: Tyce DeYoung provides MSU Today "Faculty Voice" piece


Physics & Astronomy Associate Professor Tyce DeYoung discusses his research into high energy neutrino physics in an April 1st, 2015 "Faculty Voice" piece at MSU Today. He is part of the research team for the IceCube Neutrino Observatory at the South Pole and tells of its role in trying to unravel mysteries related to the elusive elementary particle.

Additional information may be found in another MSU Today article from last fall when MSU joined the IceCube research program.