Physicists must get used to the limelight
A month after revealing errors in their high-profile claim that subatomic neutrinos had been clocked traveling faster than the speed of light, two leaders of the Italian OPERA collaboration have resigned. Both spokesman Antonio Ereditato of the University of Bern in Switzerland and physics coordinator Dario Autiero of Lyon's Institute of Nuclear Physics in France, who presented the stunning result to a packed auditorium at CERN (pictured) in September 2011, sent out resignations today. Read more
The flap over faster-than-light neutrinos will be the first of many
Tue 3 Apr 12 from Newscientist
No-confidence vote follows confirmation of faults in experiment's cable and clock.
Mon 2 Apr 12 from Nature News
The scientist who headed a European research team that last year measured particles travelling faster than light has resigned, weeks after a rival team cast doubt on the accuracy of those readings.
Sat 31 Mar 12 from The Independent
Citing tensions within the experimental collaboration, two leaders of the OPERA team behind last year's faster-than-light neutrino result resign
Fri 30 Mar 12 from Newscientist
Spokesperson and physics coordinator resign after vote of no confidence
Fri 30 Mar 12 from Science Now
The head of an experiment that appeared to show subatomic particles travelling faster than the speed of light resigns from his post.
Fri 30 Mar 12 from BBC News
A month after revealing errors in their high-profile claim that subatomic neutrinos had been clocked traveling faster than the speed of light, two leaders of the Italian OPERA collaboration ...
Fri 30 Mar 12 from Nature News Blogs
An Italian physicist at the head of a team that made a cautious but hugely controversial claim that neutrinos may travel faster than the speed of light resigned on Friday following calls for ...
Fri 30 Mar 12 from Phys.org
OPERA spokesperson Antonio Ereditato and experimental coordinator Dario Autiero, who were in the middle of the media circus surrounding the "faster-than-light" neutrino results, have stepped ...
Wed 4 Apr 12 from Discovery.com
The head of the European research team that suggested neutrinos may be able to travel faster than light has resigned.
Sun 1 Apr 12 from iTWire