Antennas are finally growing in the forest at Nançay, 2 hours South of Paris. A set-up of 4 GRANDProto300 units was installed in 2022 at the Nançay Radio Observatory as a test bench for detector and trigger optimization. The antennas were shipped from their production site […]
The annual GRAND Collaboration Meeting took place in Karlsruhe from February 12 to 14, 2020. Due to the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, our colleagues from China could not join us in person, but joined us remotely. In spite of the shadow already cast by the […]
The GRAND collaboration is concerned about its environmental impact. Following several discussions about this subject in collaboration meetings, and a “GRAND Carbon Committee” was set up. As the experiment is in its prototyping stage, the time is ripe to take decisions according to environmental criteria. A […]
GRAND lights
Jean Mouette, Science communication director IAP, joined a field trip in the desert in the Gansu and Qinhai Provinces. With his camera and microphone, he managed to catch the beautiful landscape and sounds of this part of the world, and document the radio background measurement campaign […]
The program of the GRAND Collaboration Meeting included a visit to the prospective GRANDProto300 site, next to Lenghu, in the Qinhai Province. We were welcomed by the officials from the Qinhai Province and the Lenghu County, who were also present at the inauguration of the meeting, […]
The GRAND white paper is now on arXiv. It describes GRAND’s science goals, design, and construction plans, which are already ongoing. Check it out!  
The Astroparticle Physics in Germany meeting gathers the key experimentalists and theorists working in the astroparticle physics field in Germany, in order to discuss its status and its perspectives. Anne’s clear and thoughtful presentation of the experiment and her beautiful design made her win the Best […]
The event was first observed by the IceCube Neutrino Observatory and then shared with nearly two dozen observatories around the world, such as the Fermi Space Telescope (NASA) and the MAGIC telescope. This network between multiple instruments is shedding light on the unsolved origin of high-energy […]